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Spokane Police Sergeant on leave, Detective submits retirement papers amid Internal Affairs investigation

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Spokane Police Sgt. Lydia Taylor has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an Internal Affairs investigation. Det. Mell Taylor is under an Internal Affairs investigation and has submitted his paperwork for retirement. Spokane Police Sgt. Lydia Taylor has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an Internal Affairs investigation. Det. Mell Taylor is under an Internal Affairs investigation and has submitted his paperwork for retirement.
SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Police Department announced on Thursday that one of their Sergeants and one of their detectives are at the center of an Internal Affairs investigation. 


Spokane Police would not elaborate on exactly what the two were being investigated for. 


Sgt. Lydia Taylor has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. 


Detective Mell Taylor is also under an Internal Affairs investigation and the Director of Communication and Public Information for the Spokane Police Department, Monique Cotton, said Detective Taylor submitted his paperwork for retirement. 


Spokane Police would not release any additional information. 

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