MIDDLETOWN, N.J. - A Middletown police officer spent his last day on the job writing tickets for 14 patrol cars that had expired inspection stickers.
Cpl. Frank Holden says he was just doing his job.
The 26-year veteran tells the Asbury Park Press he retired at the end of the year because Police Chief Robert Oches is hurting morale.
Holden says he spoke to the chief about the vehicles that needed to be inspected several months ago.
The township is investigating whether the tickets are valid because some of the vehicles were out of service.
Driving a vehicle with an expired inspection sticker may result in fines between $100 and $200.
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