From Dan Tepfer, CT Post:
The state’s attorney general wants to take away the pensions of former Bridgeport Police Chief Armando “AJ” Perez and former Bridgeport Personnel Director David Dunn.
On Wednesday, two months before Perez and Dunn are to be sentenced in federal court for rigging the Bridgeport police chief’s selection process to make Perez the city’s top cop, Attorney General William Tong filed suit in state Superior Court to revoke or reduce their pensions.
Perez, who had a 40-year career with the Bridgeport Police Department, currently receives a $102,072.36 annual pension through the Municipal Employees Retirement System. Dunn receives a $80,769.24 pension through MERS. Both men resigned from the city following their arrests and later pleaded guilty to lesser charges.
Full story here.