PROSPECT, Ky. — The assistant police chief of a Kentucky city has been suspended and is under investigation.

News outlets report that Assistant Chief for Prospect Police Todd Shaw was suspended with pay on Sept. 1. Prospect Mayor John Evans confirmed the suspension to WDRB-TV last week, but would not reveal what the investigation concerned. City of Prospect Police Chief Jeff Sherrard would not tell WAVE-TV what the investigation concerned this week.

Shaw has been with the department since 2012. He previously was with the Louisville Metro Police Department for 21 years, before retiring as a sergeant.

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