Nashua mayor: Police came after me in 'smear campaign' over budget, cuts
"I am saddened that my disagreements with the Nashua Police Department over their budget has come to this," Lozeau wrote.
Her charge is emphatically denied by Police Chief John Seusing, who said the department conducted investigations only for legitimate reasons.
The person is not named in her statement. Lozeau could not be reached Tuesday night for further comment.
She said the Police Department made 11 "separate attempts to wiretap David" in December 2009 and January 2010.
Seusing, who has been with the department since 1982, took the reins in January 2012.
Seusing would not comment on any part of any investigation into the Lozeaus.
Relations between Lozeau and Seusing have been strained since February's State of the City Address, when the mayor publicly urged the police unions and the police commission to resolve union contracts.
Lozeau said the investigations "came back to life" at "precisely the same time that my very public conflict with Chief Seusing was coming to a head" and that the renewed inquiries were because of her comments at the State of the City Address.
Lozeau said she has engaged in no criminal activity and that she looks forward to "a public conversation about the conduct of all parties involved. The public deserves to know what happened."
"If I need to, that will certainly happen," he said. "But she's the one who's gone public with this, not the Police Department. Any facts that will come out, they will speak for themselves."
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