Greenwich Police Captain Accused of Placing Fake Political Signs Put on Leave

A Greenwich police captain who is accused of placing fake political signs has been put on paid administrative leave while the incident is investigated.

Authorities said the police administration learned on Monday that Police Captain Mark Kordick may somehow be involved in the placement of fake political signs.

According to police, the alleged signs have caused controversy throughout town within the last week.

During a meeting, investigators said Kordick admitted a level of personal involvement with the incident.

Kordick was placed on paid administrative leave Monday afternoon.

The police administration is reviewing the incident to determine if any of the department's rules, regulations or policies were violated, officials said.

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