LAKE COUNTY, Fla. - A Mascotte police officer said he suspected his private conversations were being recorded inside his patrol car.
"I am frustrated, I am annoyed, because to a certain degree, it's easy for people to make allegations," Gleason said.
The allegations started flying earlier this year when former cops filed federal lawsuits against Chief Rolando Banasco and the
Eyewitness News asked him what he
"It's what is being recorded and maintained is what we don't
"If you suspected the chief of spying, why not go to FDLE (the Florida Department of Law Enforcement) or Lake County?" asked Channel 9's Tim Barber.
"As a crime, I would do that if I had proof positive," Grice said.
Gleason said he launched an independent investigation, but he is still standing by the chief and his department.