A New Jersey police officer claims his chief promised him a promotion if he gave consent for the leader to have sex with his wife and underage daughter.
Vineland Chief Rudy Beu, who supervises more than 150 employees, has been accused of the crime, which was submitted by an officer who has withheld his identity.
The city solicitor had promised to look into the matter after it was submitted roughly two years ago, but the unnamed officer claims nothing has been done since.
Beu told New Jersey media outlets that the prosecutor’s office was made aware of the complaint, and insists that the allegations are a retaliatory act by the officer.
“Although I am not at liberty to make any specific comments, I can tell you that there are two sides to every story,” Beu said. “This is a retaliatory action taken against myself and certain command staff members for reasons I cannot discuss at this time.”
According to NJ.com, Vineland PBA 266 President Craig Scarpa believes the officer handled the situation properly.
“If it happened the way the officer said it happened, it is illegal,” Scarpa said. “I have no reason to believe that it did not happen that way because I have seen and witnessed Mr. Beu be untruthful too many times.”
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