Ex-Newark Police Chief Says Booker Broke Job Deal

Law360, New York (June 11, 2013, 5:55 PM EDT) -- A former Newark, N.J., police chief who has a rocky history with the administration of Mayor Cory Booker has sued the U.S. Senate candidate and the city for allegedly breaking the terms of a deal that convinced him to give up that law enforcement post in 2008.

After butting heads with former Newark Police Director Garry McCarthy over issues such as office transfers and assignments, Anthony Campos, now a deputy chief, was eventually persuaded to resign as chief that October with the promise that he would...
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