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City officials plan to fire Officer John Lewis — just as soon as they find him. “They can’t serve him with the last seven infractions because they can’t find where he lives,” Corporation Counsel L. John Van Norden said Friday afternoon. Lewis was charged twice last year after incidents stemming from a bitter divorce. Then, after the split was final, he was charged in November with threatening to kill her and any man he found ...


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fyrefly65
February 14, 2009
11:42 a.m.

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“They can’t serve him with the last seven infractions because they can’t find where he lives,” Corporation Counsel L. John Van Norden said Friday afternoon.

That is really sad, they don't know where he lives and he is a cop.

jack1680
February 14, 2009
1:09 p.m.

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Bennett as a judge, that seems fair. How can that be fair when the job of a police officer has become so political. When Mr. Lewis and any other officers get fired a instant lawsuit should be filed for violation of the Police contract by the city of Schenectady. Hope Schenectady has it's money saved up because this is going to cost them every time.

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