As accusations fly, Nashua mayor to make public comment
Since Lozeau issued a statement on Oct. 29 claiming the Nashua Police Department launched politically motivated investigations into her husband, David, and herself over the last several years, the mayor has remained relatively quiet this week about the matter.
She has maintained that an old police investigation involving her husband, former bail commissioner David Lozeau, resurfaced after she issued her State of the City address earlier this year and publicly called on the five police unions to negotiate new contract agreements with retroactive health care concessions.
However, Police Chief John Seusing fired back this week contending the police investigation involving the Lozeaus, which included oversight by the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, was never closed but simply suspended pending additional information.
Seusing said the mayor's accusations that the department conducted a smear campaign are absolutely false.
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