N.J. police chief helped get wife promoted to deputy chief, lawsuits allege
By Nyah Marshall | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
A South Jersey police chief helped get his wife appointed to deputy chief, a police captain alleged in two lawsuits filed last week.
Carmen Del Palazzo, a Voorhees Township police captain, alleged in both complaints that the township’s mayor, committee members and police chief created an unfair hiring process to appoint the police chief’s wife to the deputy chief position.
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