Conflict among Pa. cops causes concern

Morrisville, with a population of 8,000, has nine full-time and four part-time officers


By Ben Finley
The Philadelphia Inquirer

MORRISVILLWE, Pa. — Saying his fellow officers have called him heartless and "the Tin Man" for writing speeding tickets and making DUI arrests, a Morrisville police officer is suing them and his department for harassment, the latest episode in a borough roiling with turmoil. 

William Smith also alleges that a fellow officer, Erica McIntyre, continually tried to embarrass him by exposing her breasts and underwear, and asking him salacious questions.

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