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3 months after fatal Weare shooting, report on incident incomplete
Velleca said that as police chief, he has the authority to decide whether an officer placed on paid administrative leave should spend that time at home or come into the office to do paperwork, run errands, or perform other duties to support the department.
Velleca said he could reinstate the two officers before the Attorney General's report is completed, but he said doing so isn't prudent given that he didn't come aboard as chief until weeks after the incident took place. Velleca said that knowing about the case directly and having only just met the officers recently doesn't give him the base of knowledge he needs to make any decision about reinstating the officers until they are cleared by the attorney general's office.
According to Attorney General Joseph Foster, investigators in his office are still reviewing the case, and he doesn't have a timeline for when the report will be issued.
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