Ah shucks, what’s wrong with running the overtime clock while home? That was, according to an arrest affidavit, what veteran Police Lieutenant Stephen Shuck had on his mind.
From CT Post:
“Shuck has a well-established pattern, over a period of more than eight months, of working only a small portion of the time in which he is being paid for, often working just minutes a day, and this equates to well over a $2,000 loss to the city of Bridgeport,” the affidavit states.
On Jan. 22, Police Chief Armando Perez ordered an investigation of Shuck based on accusations by co-workers of Shuck in the detective bureau where Shuck served as a supervisor. The chief authorized the use of a GPS tracking device on Shuck’s car.
Investigators were immediately able to corroborate the accusations–that day Shuck’s take-home police car was spotted sitting in his driveway from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. when he was supposed to be at work, the affidavit states, according to the affidavit.
The investigation found 11 subsequent incidents in which Shuck was home when he was supposed to be at work.
Full story here.