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Brymer terminated from police department
Police Cpl. John Brymer, a 16-year veteran of the department, was fired
Friday, Oct. 31.
By unanimous vote, the Board of Police Commissioners terminated his employment
"effective immediately," finding that he engaged in conduct
unbecoming an officer by: Carrying on "an extramarital affair"
with a 16-year-old female junior firefighter, Coercing two other junior
firefighters to lie for him when the police department began an investigation
of the affair, and Providing false or incomplete information to investigators.
In addition, there were four findings of violations of police regulations,
including violating both a verbal order issued on June 2 and a written
order issued on June 5 not to have contact with the girl. The commission
found that Brymer had both phone and personal contact with her in contravention
of the orders.
This is the first time in at least 33 years that a Clinton police officer
has been fired, Chief Joseph P. Faughnan said.
The members of the commission said they would not answer questions or
offer comments on their action at least until Brymer receives formal written
notification of their decision.
Neither Brymer nor his union attorney Chip Walsh attended Friday's meeting.
They could not be reached for comment.
Friday's action came after a lengthy Police Commission session last Wednesday
night during which testimony to substantiate the charges against Brymer,
38, was heard. The commissioners adjourned about 11:30 p.m., saying it
would be better to continue their deliberations when they were less fatigued.
They convened in executive session at 2 p.m. Friday and opened the meeting
to the public at 2:49 p.m. to read and vote on the resolution to terminate
Brymer's employment "for just cause." It was all over at 2:58
First Selectman James McCusker, as an ex officio member of the Police
Commission, sat in on the deliberations, but did not vote.
Brymer became involved with the teenager while he was deputy chief of
the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department. In September, the fire department
State prosecutors already have determined that Brymer will face no criminal
charges in connection with the affair because the relationship was consensual
and state statutes were violated.
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