Police Chief Ed Hudak is fighting an anonymous accusation that he acted inappropriately during a pool party for female officers that he was invited to in July. None of the women have told investigators the chief did anything wrong.
Police Chief Ed Hudak is fighting an anonymous accusation that he acted inappropriately during a pool party for female officers that he was invited to in July. None of the women have told investigators the chief did anything wrong. Screen grab
Police Chief Ed Hudak is fighting an anonymous accusation that he acted inappropriately during a pool party for female officers that he was invited to in July. None of the women have told investigators the chief did anything wrong. Screen grab

Photo of Florida police chief with bikini-clad female cops sparks harassment probe

November 14, 2017 06:02 PM

UPDATED November 15, 2017 08:39 AM

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