CLEVELAND (AP) – New Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH’-guh) County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley is reneging on his predecessor’s promise to reimburse the town of Cleveland for its buy of police sprint cameras.
Cleveland.com reviews (http://bit.ly/2jcmP28 ) O’Malley despatched a letter to Mayor Frank Jackson final week saying that he was backing out of the Dec. 27 settlement between outgoing Prosecutor Timothy McGinty and Cleveland Finance Director Sharon Dumas.
McGinty had pledged to repay the town as much as $500,000 for outfitting almost 300 police cruisers with video cameras.
O’Malley wrote that regardless of his help of the know-how, his workplace doesn’t manage to pay for in its Regulation Enforcement Belief Fund to cowl the reimbursement. Officers say the account contained roughly $356,000 on the finish of 2016.
Cleveland spokesman Dan Williams was unaware of O’Malley’s letter and could not remark.
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