The Bridgeport Police Union says they’re planning to file grievances to restore the two recently suspended officers back to full duty amid an investigation into the handling of two deaths.
This comes days after two detectives were placed on administrative leave pending an internal police probe.
Questions into the deaths of Lauren Smith-Fields and Brenda Lee Rawls, and the police department’s handling of their cases, have swirled in recent weeks.
“It’s regrettable the city has chosen to blame the police. We caution against a rush to judgement until we have all the facts surrounding this case. We will file grievances over the placement of Detectives Llanos and Cronin on administrative leave
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