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Police chief pleads guilty to corrupting his hiring process

Police chief pleads guilty to corrupting his hiring process

Two former Bridgeport officials, CT’s largest city, pleaded guilty Monday to federal charges on what prosecutors called a corrupt process—cheating on the exam—that led to the police chief’s appointment in 2018. Former Bridgeport Police Chief Armando Perez and the city’s former acting personnel director, David Dunn, agreed to up to two years in prison and $149,000 apiece in restitution to the city.

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