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July 4, 2013

Hearing officer upholds firing

Lawrence cop accused of child rape in NH, Fla.

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Lopez, another Lantigua supporter, was also indicted in September 2012 by a federal grand jury for allegedly making arrangements with a local tow company to have cars he ticketed towed in exchange for a stream of benefits, including a $4,000 snow plow.

Previously, Lantigua also allowed police officer Daron Fraser to spend 29 months on paid administrative leave, racking up $150,000 without working and continuing to accrue vacation and sick time and retirement benefits.

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