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Former SCMPD/Tybee Officers Ask for More than $10 Million in Damages

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Trina Mayes' Lawyer is asking for $950,000 in damages Trina Mayes' Lawyer is asking for $950,000 in damages
Pete Delatorre's lawyer is asking for $1.5 Million in damages Pete Delatorre's lawyer is asking for $1.5 Million in damages
Mike Delatorre's Lawyer is asking for $1.5 Million in damages Mike Delatorre's Lawyer is asking for $1.5 Million in damages
Stacy Talbert's Lawyer is asking for $1.5 Million in damages Stacy Talbert's Lawyer is asking for $1.5 Million in damages
SAVANNAH, GA -

$10,450,000.

That's the total amount of money asked for by the 14 current and former officers making complaints against the Chatham County and the cities of Savannah and Tybee Island.

Each person's case was broken down by claims and the amount of estimated damages requested.

The biggest name? Trina Mayes. the fired Savannah officer who claims she had an affair with then Chief Willie Lovett is asking $950,000 in damages.

Her husband Laprentice Mayes is asking for half a million dollars.

But the highest amounts are connected to three other officers, Pete and Mike Delatorre and Stacy Talbert.

Talbert is the former Tybee officer you heard from first on News 3 this week.

She says Tybee and Savannah police conspired to fire her after she made a traffic stop on the "wrong" man.

All three are asking for $1.5 million in damages.

For the rest of the list of estimated monetary claims, and all the reasons behind them click here.

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