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AMBRIDGE (KDKA) — Ambridge Police Chief James Mann has reportedly been placed on leave due to an ongoing state police investigation.

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The Beaver County Times reports that troopers began investigating the 60-year-old police chief last week following complaints from several officers.

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Ambridge Council, according to the newspaper, then, on Tuesday night, voted unanimously to put Chief Mann on paid administrative leave.

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No specific details on the investigation are being released.

In addition, the Ambridge Council has appointed a local firm to conduct an independent investigation into the police department.

The council also took a “disciplinary measure” Tuesday night against a second Ambridge officer, who is not being identified, according to the Beaver County Times. That officer was suspended without pay for 30 days.

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