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Last updated on Friday, April 2, 2010
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The lawyer for a previously suspended Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officer is calling on the department to withdraw and retract allegations made against her.
Candi Perry's attorney, Robert Turner, says police have yet provide any evidence that his client did anything wrong during a homicide investigation in June.
Perry, a neighborhood liaison and Spanish translator in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's northwest district, is still facing internal disciplinary action for alleged policy violations.
Turner says some members of the police department continue to believe Perry had a romantic relationship with a person connected to the homicide case. He calls the accusation "outrageous."
Turner says he plans to appeal a recommended 60-day suspension, which Perry has already served. But he also wants the department to help repair his client's reputation.
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