More fallout could come from the indictment of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold.
And it could put the county police chief in the hot seat.
The fraternal order of police is scheduled to meet Monday morning to decide if Police Chief James Teare should step down.
He's accused by some of not taking enough action after learning of the allegations involving the county executive.
Leopold was indicted last week, he's accused of misconduct in office.
The state prosecutor says Leopold used his executive detail, which is funded by taxpayers, to drive him to parking lots and wait while he got into another car and had sex with a county employee.
The indictment also alleges he made security drive him to locations where he could steal campaign signs from his competitor in 2010.
The indictment claims Leopold's security complained to their superiors, including the police chief.
O’Brien Atkinson, the president of the fraternal order of police in Anne Arundel County says, "It's my understanding that the drivers, their supervisors went to the chief himself, they went to others in the chain of command, they were reporting this behavior on a consistent basis and waiting for some relief."
The police chief released a statement through a police spokesman. He says quote "I have no intention to resign. I'm going to continue to serve Anne Arundel County like I have for the past 25 years."
Leopold is vowing to fight the charges in court and says he has no plans to step down.
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