FDLE Receives Complaint Aganst Fort Pierce Police Chief

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has received a complaint about the Fort Pierce Police Chief.

The complaint is from restaurant owner Richard Reed, who’s been engaged in a nasty, public dispute with Chief Diane Hobley-Burney for more than a year.

Reed claims that Hobley-Burney perpetrated an incident in which he was accused of harassing and following a woman after a meeting of the city commission in September.

A complaint submitted by Reed last year resulted in the chief being suspended for five days and placed on probation for 90 days.


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