NY, NJ Port Authority Police Superintendent Abruptly Retires Without Prior Notice

Port Authority officials today announced the retirement of Port Authority Police Superintendent Michael Fedorko effective at 5 p.m. Monday.

According to authorities, Fedorko, 73, will be replaced by Edward Cetnar, currently deputy superintendent of the Port Authority police.

The bi-state agency has not issued any comments on Fedorko's sudden retirement but it remains unclear if this has anything to do with his department being under internal investigation over claims that Rush Limbaugh received special police escort to a New York gala.

Fedorko is the second high ranking Port Authority official to leave in the past two weeks. Former commissioner Caren Turner resigned after a routine traffic stop captured Turner showing her Port Authority gold badge and while insisting she be addressed as commissioner.