Two Chattanooga Police sergeants have filed suit saying they have never been given sergeant's pay. David Allen and Kenneth Hogans Jr. filed suit in Chancery Court.
The suit is brought against the city of Chattanooga and the Chattanooga Police Department.
They said their promotions came March 28.
Sgt. Allen, who has 12 years of service, was to get $49,271, and Sgt. Hogans, who has 14 years of service, was to receive $54,936.
Mayor Ron Littlefield said at the end of July that $1.2 million in pay increases approved earlier for the city police Career Development Progam are on hold until a lawsuit filed by police captains, lieutenants and sergeants can be sorted out.
Attorney Jonathan Guthrie filed the latest police pay lawsuit.