LITH will get say in officer's disability pension
LAKE IN THE HILLS – The Lake in the Hills Police Pension Board ruled Tuesday that the village of Lake in the Hills will be allowed to intervene in the disability hearing of a village police officer.
Representing Lake in the Hills, attorney Carlos Arevalo said there is a “credibility question” with former Lake in the Hills Police Officer Craig James, and argued that the village should be present at the hearing and be able to cross-examine witnesses.
James has applied for line-of-duty disability pension benefits equal to 65 percent of his last salary after he was involved in a traffic accident in December 2009 that injured his lower back. His squad car was rear-ended as he was tending to a disabled vehicle at Randall and Village roads.
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