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Ohio Chief Fired for Multiple Offenses

June 17, 2013  | 

Celina, Ohio, managers dismissed the 10,400-resident city's police chief Friday for several incidents that called into question the chief's professionalism.

The city's mayor and safety service director notified Chief David Slusser of his termination in a co-signed letter delivered on Friday, reports Lima News.

Chief Slusser was fired for after he allegedly violated various departmental policies, including neglect in the performance of his duties, insubordination, making false statements, being dishonest, and practicing conduct unbecoming of a city employee.


Comments (5)

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[email protected] @ 6/17/2013 7:48 PM

Is it safe to assume he's in the running for the Mayors Office?

Troop @ 6/17/2013 10:57 PM

New Obama cabinet member.

Glockthis @ 6/19/2013 6:25 AM

What does Obama have to do with anything. You can't be a real LEO.

[email protected] @ 6/20/2013 8:53 PM

glockthis, it's called humor. Once you get a few more years in you'll understand. Maybe.

Sgt. Mike @ 6/23/2013 8:30 PM

Give him a break Bob, Glockthis is still wearing his politics on his sleeve. Make fun of someone else and he'll probably lighten up a bit.

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