Alameda County announced that its Chief Probation Officer had decided to resign from his position.
The County released the following statement Wednesday afternoon:
David Muhammad, Alameda County’s Chief Probation Officer, has decided to resign from his position effective August 3, 2012, in order to pursue other opportunities. The Alameda County Board of Supervisors today accepted Mr. Muhammad’s resignation and wishes him the best in his future endeavors.
A thorough investigation conducted by an impartial third party concluded that allegations of sexual harassment and assault against Mr. Muhammad were not substantiated. Given this conclusion, Alameda County and Mr. Muhammad will continue to defend the civil action filed against them.
pending further action by the Board of Supervisors.
Muhammad . He was then placed on paid administrative leave by the county's Board of Supervisors. The deputy .
According to the lawsuit filed in Alameda County Superior Court, Muhammad has .
Patch also , who at the time went by David Gaither, detailing a case in which he was arrested on a charge of attempted murder at age 15.