Four La. officers on leave in probe of chief
RICHARD BURGESS; ACADIANA BUREAU
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LAFAYETTE - Four longtime Lafayette police officers have been placed on administrative leave in an investigation of allegations that Chief Randy Hundley secretly recorded conversations at the department.
The officers, including a major in the criminal investigation division and the head of internal affairs, were placed on paid leave late Tuesday after being named in a State Police investigation of the alleged wiretapping, City-Parish Chief Administrative Officer Dee Stanley said Wednesday.
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