Attorney General aims to block pension payments of ex-Bridgeport police chief, personnel director

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong is expected to block former Bridgeport police chief AJ Perez and police personnel director David Dunn's pensions in court.

News 12 Staff

Nov 5, 2020, 7:54 PM

Updated 1,316 days ago

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Connecticut Attorney General William Tong is expected to block former Bridgeport police chief AJ Perez and police personnel director David Dunn's pensions in court.
Both Perez and Dunn pleaded guilty to fixing the exam to ensure Perez's selection to the job of Bridgeport police chief.
Both men are in line to receive $100,000 and $80,000, respectively.
Attorney General Tong says a law passed in 2008 gives the state a chance to revoke pensions, because each man was convicted of a felony in the public trust.


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