Clackamas County Sheriff's Supervisor on administrative leave after nude photo shoot at courthouse
2:42 PM, Oct 7, 2017
2:48 PM, Oct 7, 2017
OREGON CITY, Ore. (AP) - A Clackamas County sheriff's supervisor was placed on paid leave amid allegations that male deputies staged a nude photo shoot at the courthouse for a calendar they gave to a retiring colleague.
The Oregonian/OregonLive reports that the sheriff's office will launch an internal investigation.
The allegations were contained in an anonymous letter sent to Sheriff Craig Roberts and The Oregonian/OregonLive.
The letter said the calendar contains photos that include nude deputies with objects hiding their genitals, including a gun belt and a firefighter's hat.
Agency spokesman Ben Frazier says Capt. Dave O'Shaughnessy is on leave. He's a 24-year veteran with the Sheriff's Office who heads the civil division.
The sheriff says he's taking the allegations seriously and this kind of behavior, if true, is not acceptable.