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Officials: Schenectady detective should be fired

Police believe Hotaling pointed gun in road rage incident

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The suspended city police detective accused of pointing his gun at two people last year in a road-rage incident should be terminated, Public Safety Commissioner Wayne Bennett said Thursday. Police officials came to that conclusion after their internal investigation into the case, he said. A hearing that officials hope will result in Hotaling’s termination is set to begin next week. “We believe the veracity of the people on the other side of the equation,” Bennett ...


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wmarincic
May 30, 2014
7:26 a.m.

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There goes Bennett again trying to get rid of a great cop at the word of a person with an axe to grind. Just put in your papers John, you don't have a chance with this loser Mayor.

rswanker
May 30, 2014
noon

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wmarincic, please explain what axe the accusers had to grind? If it can be proven that the detective did as he is accused, that is certainly an axe worth grinding.

wmarincic
May 30, 2014
12:47 p.m.

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Schenectady Cop for 20 years. Don't believe everything you read, especially if its in the Gazette and its about a Schenectady police officer.

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