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Glenville detective who retired amid probe to get $50K payout

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Former Glenville police detective William Gallop — who announced his retirement from the force in July after he was the subject of an internal investigation — will receive a payout of roughly $50,000 in accumulated sick, vacation and personal leave time. Town Attorney Michael Cuevas said the exact amount of the payout is still being calculated, but it will be between $50,000 and $55,000. The town does not have the option of making the payment ...


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