The sergeant who allegedly responded said, “You are not going to shoot the mayor.
“It’s a promise,” Polos reportedly replied.
The newspaper noted some officials. Go to the mayor’s house a little differently and shoot it, ”a different officer recalled.
Pulos appears unfamiliar with the mayor’s political stance.
“Poulos was commented on as some city council members and advocates have demanded transparency and accountability from the Phoenix Police Department in police. The newspaper reported that for the firing and misconduct of the police. While the Galigo police fired and Has been supportive of creating a civilian oversight office to review claims of excessive force, has not supported police department budget cuts. “In fact, Gallego and the city council have voted To increase Police department budget In June and last year, When she became mayor. ”
State representative. Norma Torres called the comment “like a terrorist threat”. p>