Port Authority Police Superintendent Michael Fedorko retired suddenly Monday, nearly a month after Rush Limbaugh publicly claimed he gave him a VIP escort from New Jersey to Manhattan, according to multiple reports .
The agency's announcement did not mention the April 12 incident, which came to light the following day when Limbaugh bragged about the lights-and-sirens escort on his radio show.
Port Authority confirmed the incident is under investigation in a new NJ.com report . Fedorko's retirement is effective Monday at 5 p.m., reports say.
Caren Z. Turner, the former Port Authority Police Commissioner, resigned last month after dashcam footage captured her cursing at and attempting to bully a pair of Tenafly police officers who pulled her daughter and friends over during a routine traffic stop.
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