MADISON, Conn. – Madison's police commission has heard allegations that several town officers have had encounters with prostitutes while working the overnight shift.
The allegations came up Monday during a Police Commission disciplinary hearing for the midnight shift supervisor, Sgt. Timothy Heiden.
No criminal charges have been filed in the case involving prostitutes. However, officials say arrests are expected in the coming weeks. Heiden is not expected to face criminal charges.
There are administrative charges that Heiden did not properly supervise subordinate officers.
The officers allegedly met with the prostitutes at several locations including the commuter parking lot off of Interstate 95 as well as behind a school and a shopping center.