CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. -- The charges against suspended Clarkstown Police Chief Michael Sullivan are mounting, and new charges relate to him allegedly deleting information from his work cell phone, in spite of pending investigations, according to lohud.com.
The new charges accuse Sullivan of misconduct and incompetence, including not preventing one of the officers being investigated from also deleting data from his work cell phone, as well as his computer, the report said.
In a court filing, Sullivan's attorney has denied the allegations, lohud.com said. The 19 new allegations are in addition to the 22 that were already filed, after he was suspended -- with pay -- on July 20.
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