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Moreno Valley city manager charged with harassment receives $450,000 severance package

The former city manager of Moreno Valley in Southern California received a severance package of almost half a million dollars despite the fact that he pleaded no contest to three counts of harassment: making repeated annoying phone calls; unauthorized computer access and fraud; and unlawful use of identifying information.

Robert Gutierrez ended up being sentenced to 30 days in a San Bernardino work-release program at the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center.

According to the Press-Enterprise, “Moreno Valley, which is struggling to pay for streetlights and is facing a $12 million budget shortfall, paid more than $450,000 to departing City Manager Robert Gutierrez, who resigned last year while facing seven misdemeanor charges involving sexual harassment.”

Gutierrez resigned as city manager of Moreno Valley in August 2009, about a month after he was charged with harassment by San Bernardino County prosecutors.

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Moreno Valley city manager charged with harassment receives $450,000 severance package
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