Pennsylvania Gaming Investigator Suspended
As reported by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: "A Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board investigator arrested Saturday on the South Side has been suspended without pay. "Control Board spokesman Nick Hays announced the suspension of Justin Husar, 26, on Sunday and said the case is being investigated by the state's Office of Professional Responsibility in Harrisburg. ".Husar makes $64,000 a year as an investigator with the board's Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement, which is responsible for looking into the backgrounds of those applying for slots licenses. "Husar, who lives on Pretense Way on the South Side, faces charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, escape and public intoxication after a verbal and physical altercation with off-duty police officers working a security detail at the Town Tavern on East Carson Street around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, said Pittsburgh police Sgt. William Vollberg, who helped subdue Husar."