Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Ewing Police Sergeant, previously indicted, allowed to retire.

The July 8, 2010 Times of Trenton reported that Ewing Police Sergeant Edward DeBoskey was indicted for official misconduct and theft by deception for allegedly loafing at a private home instead of supervising street patrols.

Today, through an Open Public Records Act request, I was able to determine that on September 24, 2012, DeBoskey and Ewing agreed that DeBoskey would be allowed to retire after being allowed to receive the one month credit he needed to acquire his 20 years of service.  The settlement agreement is on-line here.

According to DataUniverse, DeBoskey, whose final salary was $109,505 is receiving an annual pension of $54,752.64.