Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Brad Winter retiring from APS?

Steve Tellez was Winter's subordinate.
It's only a rumor, but I've heard that APS Chief Operations Officer Brad Winter is about to retire.

It was from under Winter's watchful eye that former APS Chief of Police Steve Tellez allegedly stole public property.  Is the scandal in the leadership of APS' publicly funded private police force coming home to roost?

It wouldn't be the first time a senior administrator hit the bricks after a scandal in the leadership of APS' police force.

APS Deputy Supt Tom Savage was let go after the 2006 scandal, link.  Good ol' boys, when they have to fire other good ol' boys don't use words like fired, terminated or even, let go. Instead, they like say retired with honors.

Winter, like Savage, will not be bounced for his lack of oversight.
Winter, like Savage, will retire with honors.

Among the things Winter didn't do before he left; he never produced a candid, forthright and honest accounting of the public resources he and they spent sprucing up 6400 Uptown Blvd, link.

photos Mark Bralley

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