Ring is suing the town, saying its police department fired her in
The town counters that Ring, while injured with torn cartilage in her knee, is not disabled, and was fired for business reasons.
Ring alleges there were other lieutenants and officers in the department "that should be deemed as termination-worthy" but were not fired, and one employee was given "favorable disciplinary action" after a DWI arrest.
Ring sued in May. This fall, the town has been pressing Ring for details about her allegations in the discovery process. In its filing, the town points out that Ring has not actually identified her disability, and it called her responses "incomplete and evasive."
In her responses, Ring elaborates some on what she called disparaging remarks from others at the department, like Chief
She also accused an assistant chief of verbal abuse of officers, and failing to do anything about another lieutenant spreading rumors that Ring was going to retire or go on disability because of her injuries, and by not leaving the office to go on patrol was not doing her job.
The town did not find her response satisfactory, saying it had the right to details of each instance of disparaging remarks since that was an element of her suit.
According to Ring's answers, she has done some contract work training officers, including teaching at
She recalled she had one job offer from
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