Ousted Calif. Police Chief Randy Adams, Who Made $457,000 A Year, Sues For Severance

Bell police chief sues severance
Bell police chief sues severance

He may have taken an oath to serve and protect the public, but a former police chief in California, ousted two years ago amid a pay scandal, now appears more interested in padding his wallet on the backs of taxpayers.

Randy Adams (pictured above), who served as police chief in the Los Angeles suburb of Bell, is suing the small, working-class city for severance pay, saying that he was pushed out of his $457,000-a-year position and never agreed to surrender his severance, the Los Angeles Times reports.