SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - Nearly two and a half months after Salt Lake's District Attorney said he wouldn't file charges, what is happening with the UHP's internal review of controversial Trooper Lisa Steed?
This is question ABC 4 is now asking.
Not that long ago, Lisa Steed was making hundreds of DUI arrests and was named UHP Trooper of the Year.
But then, questions were raised about her credibility.
Questions, apparently, the UHP is still dealing with.
Nearly a year ago, ABC 4 News broke the story that Salt Lake's District Attorney was looking into dozens of cases involving Trooper Steed.
Specifically, about her official conduct.
Then, things only got worse for Steed.
The state paid $40,000 thousand dollars to settle a lawsuit, a suit filed by a man Steed tasered while he was still in his car.
Not long after, Steed's court testimony was questioned by several judges and some of her cases started being tossed out.
So, Steed was taken off the streets and a criminal investigation followed.
When it was announced no charges would be filed, the UHP then began its own internal review.
This, ABC 4 was told, was in early August.
In a recent email - and in a phone call Monday - a UHP spokesperson said its review of Trooper Steed is still on-going.
It's not known when it will be completed.
It is also believed that Steed remains off street patrol.
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