Sounds like Bosetti was first on the scene and he made the decision not to prosecute in order to ensure this guy got medical attention.
It was wrong for Lucinski to come in after the fact and decide she wanted to file charges on his case, even if she did go to the supervisor on scene. Of COURSE the supervisor is going to say it is okay to file...legally it is, and supervisors always want inflated "stats".
Bosetti had a plausible and reasonable explanation on why he decided not to file charges in this case. Lucinski makes 90 DUIs in a year...there would be another one right around the corner she could have grabbed for her court OT $$, and that person would be in a motor vehicle and could actually do some serious harm.
She sounds like a greedy pig on a power trip to me...
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