“We’re not here to offend anyone, but to defend our members,” said Berl Perdue Jr., state president for the Fraternal Order of Police.
Perdue told members of the Cynthiana City Commission that he hoped that a recently filed grievance or complaint filed by officers could be settled.
A petition of “no confidence” was filed by officers against Chief Ray Johnson in March.
About 20 officers, members of the Thoroughbred Lodge FOP, deputies and citizens attended Tuesday’s meeting.
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