UPDATE: Convicted San Diego police officer WILL NOT get $40,000 annual pension

By Crag Gustafson | San Diego Union-Tribune – An ex-San Diego police officer convicted of assaulting women isn’t eligible for a city pension contrary to a report Tuesday by The San Diego Union-Tribune, according to a lawyer with the San Diego City Employees’ Retirement System.  Continue reading . . .

By Crag Gustafson | San Diego Union-Tribune — Anthony Arevalos, the former San Diego police officer convicted of a dozen charges last week after trying to seek sexual favors from women he stopped, is eligible to collect a nearly $40,000-a-year pension from the city when he turns 55. The San Diego Union-Tribune projected Arevalos’ future pension by applying his 17.4 years of service and final annual salary of $75,941 to the standard pension formula the city has negotiated for public-safety workers. If he lives until age 82, he’ll collect more than $1 million in taxpayer-funded payouts. Continue reading . . .

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