Scandal at Lakeland Police Department
LAKELAND, FL - The woman at the center of a sex scandal at a police station has been fired. She joins the more than two dozen officers and city employees that have either been fired, resigned or disciplined in the wake of the scandal.
Sue Eberle, a crime analyst with the Lakeland Police Department, made accusations back in July that she had been sexually harassed in the department for seven years. A state attorney's report detailing the allegations include both consensual and forced sex encounters.
The police chief says Eberle was fired because she lied and didn't cooperate with the investigation.
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