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Wisconsin Officer Linked to Cop Killer's Girlfriend Resigns

July 14, 2011  | 

A Fond du Lac Police officer has resigned after an internal investigation revealed he had a past relationship with the girlfriend of the man who shot an officer on March 20.

Officer Jay Salzmann resigned May 1, citing personal reasons.

Salzmann's "past relationship" was allegedly with Josephine Warner, former girlfriend of James Cruckson, who opened fire on Fond du Lac PD officers who arrived at his home at 24 S. Lincoln Ave. to investigate a sexual assault complaint filed by Warner and to check on the welfare of Warner's child.

Source: Fond du Lac Reporter

Related: Wisconsin Officer Killed by Army Vet (video)

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THall @ 7/18/2011 11:10 AM

I'm sorry, but what kind of news is this? A LEO resigns for personal reasons, but had a fling with some girl in the past who was with a cop killer, and now all of a sudden the paper makes it out to be something. Got to be more to this story.

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