CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Below is a list of incidents during the past five years in which West Virginia police agencies investigated other police, along with the known outcomes of those investigations:
Oct. 14, 2005 - Charleston Patrolman Brandon Tagayun was responding as backup for another officer on a domestic violence call at the Kanawha Mall when his cruiser collided with Patsy Sizemore's pickup truck at a Kanawha City intersection. She died at the scene.
A State Police report on the wreck estimated Tagayun's speed at 79.76 mph, nearly twice the posted speed limit on MacCorkle Avenue.
A report funded by the city estimated his speed at 60 mph. Both reports also said there was no evidence Sizemore was wearing a seat belt.
Six months later Tagayun submitted his resignation letter to Charleston Police Chief Brent Webster, who didn't say if Tagayun was asked to resign.
"Any discipline on him would be a moot point since he's resigning," Webster said at the time.
In March 2007, Tagayun pleaded guilty to speeding and failure to use his cruiser's emergency lights. A charge of negligent homicide was dropped.
Tagayun received one year of probation and was fined $100 for each charge.
He returned to the area after living in his home state of California, and in July 2008 was sworn in as a St. Albans police officer.
June 15, 2006 - Charleston Police Sgt. Eric Johnson was shot once in the face and once in the abdomen. He returned fire, killing Brett Lawrence Hanick. The officer accompanying Johnson, Capt. Tim Tucker, did not have his service weapon with him and hid from the gunshots.
Tucker was placed on administrative leave immediately. Charleston police completed their internal investigation into his actions in August 2006. Tucker, the third-highest-ranking officer in the department at the time, remained on paid leave until he retired in September 2006. His retirement meant he wasn't punished for not having his firearm when Johnson was shot.
At the time, Webster said, "Any disciplinary action that would have been recommended at this time would be a moot point."
June 17, 2007 - Charleston lawyer Roger A. Wolfe said he was taken to a small room in the South Charleston State Police barracks and beaten until cranial fluid came out of his nose. He said police then attempted to cover it up. A lawsuit by Wolfe alleged four officers were directly involved: Paul A. Green, Jason S. Crane, Kristy L. Layne and J.K. Rapp Jr.
On Oct. 1, State Police settled Wolfe's lawsuit for $200,001.01, plus attorney's fees and expenses.
According to court filings in the lawsuit, State Police conducted their own criminal and administrative investigation into the incident but did not prosecute or discipline the officers.
July 13, 2007 - Eight people were ticketed shortly after leaving the wedding of local lawyer Lyne Ranson and Jan Willem Van Egmond at Berry Hills Country Club.