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“The findings of the investigation cannot be released until any disciplinary action has been considered which would take place when Hughes’ personal leave has concluded.”

The city of Goodyear placed four Goodyear Police Department employees on administrative leave Oct.7.

The fourth and final investigation concluded last week, said Tammy Vo, a Goodyear spokeswoman.

“The investigation involving Deputy Chief Justin Hughes has concluded. Hughes is no longer on administrative leave but is currently on extended personal leave,” Vo said.

“The findings of the investigation cannot be released until any disciplinary action has been considered which would take place when Hughes’ personal leave has concluded.”

Last month, former Police Chief Jerry Geier was terminated. He has appealed his firing. Vo said an appeal hearing has not been scheduled.

Two weeks ago, Vo said Goodyear Police Officer Kyle Cluff, a five-year veteran officer who had been on administrative leave since Oct. 7, resigned after an investigation found he was untruthful.

Susan Petty, formerly a Goodyear Police Administrative Service manager, was also found to be untruthful also, Vo said. Petty was demoted to a lower-paying position, according to Vo.