School security officer cited in indecent exposure sting
KNOXVILLE — A Knox County Schools security officer has been placed on
administrative leave after being cited in a police sting targeting
indecent exposure in a public park.
Dennis C. Murphy was placed Friday on leave with pay pending an
investigation into the indecent exposure citation issued to him by the
Knoxville Police Department, according to Knox County Schools
spokeswoman Melissa Ogden. The incident is alleged to have occurred the
Ogden said Gus Paidousis, who commands the security unit, on Friday
collected Murphy's firearm, baton, bond card, school identification
card, school keys and radio.
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