fire chief gets probation for stalking
CAPE COD TIMES
- William Mulvey, former fire chief, has been placed on a one-year
probation by a Connecticut court and ordered to seek counseling in
connection with charges he stalked and harassed his former
On Jan. 16, the West Haven, Conn., police arrested Mulvey after
a complaint had been filed alleging he had called his ex-girlfriend five
times in 10 minutes from a friend's cellular phone. His car was
subsequently spotted outside the auto parts store where she worked.
Mulvey pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in February. He
appeared in Milford Superior Court Thursday and was told to have no
contact with the victim, was given a year's probation, admitted to an
accelerated rehabilitation program and was assessed $250.
In late May, Mulvey's contract with the town was terminated when
he agreed to resign in return for about $50,000 covering his salary until