Sen. Romney and Lt. Gov. Henderson volunteer at COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Clearfield

Two of Utah’s top elected officials, Sen. Mitt Romney and Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson, teamed up Friday to volunteer at a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Clearfield.The two officials worked at the North Davis Senior Center in Clearfield, aiding with logistics and providing support to the health care workers who were vaccinating people.The clinic is operated by the Davis County Health Department and the Midtown Community Health Center, and provides service to the county’s multicultural communities.(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Sen. Mitt Romney, greets Shelly Rives, right, a Clinical Quality Director at Midtown Community Health Center during Romney’s short visit to a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the North Davis Senior Center, Mar. 26, 2021. (Leah Hogsten/)

Wellington police chief placed on unpaid leave

Wellington’s police chief has been put on unpaid leave pending an investigation, FOX 13 reports.No explanation has been provided for why Chief Rory Bradley is under investigation.“Effective April 1, 2021, Wellington City Police Chief, Rory Bradley will be placed on unpaid administrative leave pending the process of a personnel action and active investigation,” the city said in a news release, according to FOX 13. “No additional information regarding this matter is available at this time.”The city said Bradley was on administrative leave on March 18.City Council was supposed to vote on a personnel action, apparently in reference to Bradley, on Thursday but the city attorney asked for the vote to be postponed because of a new development, according to FOX 13. Bradley and his father are both on the council but did not attend Thursday’s meeting.FOX 13 filed a records request for complaints about and investigations into Bradley but the request was denied.Read more at FOX 13.Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune and FOX 13 are content sharing partners.