BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A Bridgeport police officer with 24 years on the force was suspended recently after being accused of harassing a female college student, according to the Connecticut Post.
Police Chief AJ Perez told the Connecticut Post that the student complained that Rafael Duran had harassed her, including running her license plate to get her home address. The harassment took place during the previous administration, and took two years for the matter to be resolved, the Connecticut Post reported.
The student complained to her school, who complained to the city's Office of Internal Affairs, the Connecticut Post reported. An investigation was launched, which resulted in a 10-day suspension without pay for Duran, according to the Connecticut Post.
No criminal charges were filed during the investigation, according to the Connecticut Post.
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