Saturday, December 30, 2017 || By Local News Curator || @maywoodnews
Sam J. Pitassi, a Melrose Park police investigator and the son of Melrose Park Police Director Sam C. Pitassi.| Melrose Park Police Department
The Chicago Sun-Times reported on Dec. 23 that Melrose Park Police Director Sam C. Pitassi and Deputy Police Chief Michael Castellan are faced with disciplining people in the police department who are related to them.
Sam J. Pitassi, the 28-year-old son of Director Pitassi and a police investigator with the department “accidentally fired his gun while in a bathroom stall during a break from a training session in Skokie in the spring, records show — then, months later, accidentally crashed his squad car into another vehicle.”
And Giovanni Castellan, the 35-year-old nephew of Deputy Chief Castellan “was cited for disorderly conduct in Oak Brook, accused, while off-duty, of driving his car at a female pedestrian whose family had been involved in neighbor ‘disputes’ with his family over “a driveway easement,” according to police records,” the Sun-Times reports.
Read the full Sun-Times article here. VFP
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