A former Neptune Township police sergeant who gunned down his ex-wife as she sat helplessly in the driver’s seat of her car had an internal affairs file that is nearly 700 pages – and was asked to stay on the force even after he offered to retire prior to the 2015 slaying.
That’s according to a new lawsuit filed Monday.
Less than a year after Philip Seidle — who had already served two suspensions for domestic violence and briefly had his service weapon taken away — offered to turn in his badge and his gun for good, he used that same weapon to pump a dozen shots into his ex-wife, Tamara Wilson-Siedle, in broad daylight on an Asbury Park street on June 16, 2015.
The new lawsuit, filed by the nine Seidle children, includes explosive new allegations that their 54-year-old police officer father had an internal affairs file that is 682 pages with excessive force complaints starting in 2004.
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