Capt. Abdul Pridgen, center, won’t be further demoted to sergeant. He was accused of leaking an officer’s bodycam video and personnel file to an attorney.
Capt. Abdul Pridgen, center, won’t be further demoted to sergeant. He was accused of leaking an officer’s bodycam video and personnel file to an attorney. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram archives
Capt. Abdul Pridgen, center, won’t be further demoted to sergeant. He was accused of leaking an officer’s bodycam video and personnel file to an attorney. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram archives

Ex-assistant Fort Worth police chief accused in leak won’t be further demoted

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