|You can look be this porky|
and be Chief of Police in Baldwin Park
(c) LA Times.
In any event, here's the LA Times article.
"When Baldwin Park rehired Michael Taylor as its police chief, the city included a provision in his contract that makes him exceedingly difficult to fire. Taylor can only be terminated from his $234,000-a-year job, according to the agreement, if he commits a felony."
. . . This police chief can only be fired if he commits a crime. It has to be a felony
|Robert Tafoya - not a surprise -|
On file at LA Superior Court - you can see
he misrepresented by signature in court.
(c) LA Times