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Judge Postpones Hearing On Suspended Clarkstown Police Chief

Suspended Clarkstown Police Chief Michael Sullivan is fighting numerous allegations.
Suspended Clarkstown Police Chief Michael Sullivan is fighting numerous allegations. Photo Credit: File photo

CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. -- Suspended Clarkstown Police Chief Michael Sullivan’s hearing has been postponed to allow State Supreme Court Justice Robert Berliner the chance to consider arguments from both sides over the embattled chief’s wish for a longer delay in the proceedings, lohud.com reports.

Sullivan, who stands accused of 22 allegations, including insubordination, disobedience, incompetence and allowing improper surveillance, wants the hearing delayed until Berliner addresses the chief’s contention that the suspension and charges were handled illegally, according to lohud.com.

The postponement was ordered only days before the hearing, which was slated to start on Tuesday, lohud.com reports.

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