A Quincy police officer has resigned following a months-long investigation. He is accused of taking leave he didn't earn.
City Manager Bill Bogan says he received complaints from officers about employees taking time off they did not accrue.
Bogan says Officer Michael Graham was one of several people who took time off he hadn't earned. He subsequently resigned from his post.
"It was a significant number and so going through to determine the exact number of hours that when we process his final pay-out the city can be made whole again,” Bogan said.
City officials say Graham is a canine officer who trains with drugs and at this time, 32 grams of cocaine is still missing from his training kit.
City officials say they have tried contacting Graham, but to no avail.
Bogan says several other internal investigations into similar accusations are being conducted as well.
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