BAKERSFIELD - Bakersfield's City Manager Alan Tandy is being investigated in connection to a possible assault.
The Kern County District Attorney's Office said there is an ongoing investigation about a possible assault, but would not comment on what happened or how Tandy was involved.
23ABC has obtained video of the incident that is now under investigation.
City Attorney Ginny Gennaro told 23ABC that her office was contacted early Monday morning by Police Chief Greg Williamson, regarding an alleged incident at the Ice Sports Center, involving City Manager Alan Tandy and Christ Huot, Assistant to the City Manager.
The person who reported the incident was also a city employee, Gennaro said.
There was a “reportable injury” but Gennaro wouldn’t say what that injury was.
Gennaro said police handed off the investigation to the District Attorney's office because of a potential conflict of interest.
Tandy is in the middle of his performance review by the city council.
Stay with 23ABC News for the latest details.
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