Police Union President Accused of Tampering With Evidence
The head of a large police union is accused of breaking the law while protecting a union member. ASO detectives said they filed a sworn complaint against Faternal Order of Police President Jeff McAdams. He has not been arrested but the state attorney's office will soon review the evidence that deputies believe proves McAdams tampered with evidence. McAdams' union attorney, Mike Finesilver, saw things much differently.
"Within 3 months of our election and our certification as a collective bargaining agent, Jeff McAdams has been accused of criminal conduct today by the Sheriff of Alachua County something that has never happened in 12 years of representing our members," said Finesilver.
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