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Salem officer charged with OVI resigns

February 17, 2013

SALEM — A nearly 20-year veteran of the Salem Police Department resigned Friday, just a few days after being suspended without pay pending the outcome of a case against him for charges of drunken......

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innocentbystander

Feb-20-13 8:44 AM

To American Patriot: Cover up? There's more to the story than we will ever know or be told. The charge of drunken driving was the least the Cornfield officers wanted to charge him with...do you seriously believe this soon to be ex-cop didn't also have a gun on him? He not only should lose his license and his job but also his pension. Police and judges have to start being held accountable for their actions off duty as well as on duty. If they aren't accountable for 'walking the walk and talking the talk' then what gives them the right to arrest or impose their judgment on anyone else? There is cover up Mr. American Patriot, but this cover is the one you keep pulled up over your head.

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FallingDown

Feb-18-13 7:20 PM

Easy come, Easy go

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AmericanPatriot

Feb-18-13 4:49 PM

Where are all the comments about a cover up? Looks like he got the same treatment as anyone else would. Good job Canfield Police Dept. That officer should have never put another officer in that position.

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Zenieth

Feb-17-13 2:38 PM

.26? Gee, resigned because he was still buzzed from all that alcohol! lol

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