Irvine deputy chief retiring after 28...

Irvine deputy chief retiring after 28 years

There are 1 comment on the The Star story from Aug 7, 2012, titled Irvine deputy chief retiring after 28 years. In it, The Star reports that:

After starting with the police department in 1984, Noble worked his way through the ranks serving as a narcotics officer, SWAT team member, field sergeant, lieutenant and an area patrol commander.

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Joey Sanchez

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#1 Aug 7, 2012
28 years and millions in union retirement extortion......it's like hitting the lotto for these union guys.

One Chief in Stockton was only on the job for FOUR MONTHS and gets over $200,000 per year pension for the rest of his life.

Municipal Bankruptcy anyone, Anyone?

Californians are real Chumps to put up with this crap.

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