Peoria billed more than $100,000 to defend cop
PEORIA (AP) — A central Illinois city has been charged more than $100,000 in legal fees to defend a police officer accused of stalking another officer while on the job.
The (Peoria) Journal Star reports that documents released to the newspaper show that Peoria taxpayers have been billed nearly $113,000 since the case was filed last year.
Peoria police Officer Donna Nicholson filed for a no-stalking order against fellow Officer Jeff Wilson. Nicholson claimed Wilson had surreptitiously video recorded her and tracked her car with a GPS device.
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