Police Department On Small Indiana Town Resigns En Masse

A town in Indiana is without a police department. The entire police force in the town of Bunker Hill, Indiana resigned. Michael Thomison is the town Marshal, he and his 4 deputies resigned saying they lack sufficient gear and have been asked to do illegal things. Thomison says they’ve been asked by council members to run background checks on adversaries. And if they refused, they were threatened.

Council president said they were blindsided by the resignation but accepted it with little comment. The County Sheriff says deputies will patrol the small town.

Thursday December 15, 2016


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