Providence Police have suspended Officer Gerry Kue pending an internal investigation into an alleged inappropriate interaction with a member of the public while on duty. Police spokesperson Lindsay Lague has confirmed Kue is currently suspended with pay, but did not provide further details. The investigation revolves around an allegation of misconduct towards a Providence resident who called the police in February to report a domestic assault incident. Kue was one of the officers who responded to the call, according to police records. The Attorney General’s office is assisting in the investigation. Officer Kue was unavailable for comment, while Michael Imondi, the union president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #3, declined to comment. The Police Chief cited the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights, which protects officers accused of wrongdoing, as a reason for not providing further information on the specific allegations.