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Los Alamos County released a statement Friday morning concerning the lawsuit filed by two former LAPD commanders and a current detective.
The county claims as of Thursday afternoon that it still had not been served the lawsuit.
In the statement, county administrator Harry Burgess said, “late Wednesday afternoon we were notified by media that the law office of George Geran chose to release to them a lawsuit supposedly filed against the county by three current/former LAPD officers.
“I would like to state that the majority of the allegations being made were investigated at the time and decisions were made based upon the conclusions presented. There are several allegations in the documents that were not previously presented to the county, and the county will be following up on those items to determine an appropriate course of action, if necessary.
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