City officials in Henderson may have hidden the real reason behind the ousting of its police chief last year.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the City of Henderson classified Patrick Moers departure as voluntary, and it allowed him to cash out more than $163,000 worth of unused time off.
Sources say it was a sexual harassment investigation that forced Moers out, and if he would have been fired for that cause, he would not have been able to collect that time off.
The report goes on to cite multiple sources who say the sexual harassment allegations also extend to assistant city manager Greg Blackburn. Blackburn, however, denied he is being investigated by the city.