MI: Michigan State Troopers Lose Jobs for Hunting While on Duty
Michigan State Troopers Lose Jobs for Hunting While on Duty
Sunday , May 31, 2009
CHEBOYGAN, Mich. - Two state troopers from the Cheboygan post have lost
their jobs for poaching deer while on duty.
Earlier, Jeff Hadley was sentenced to four days in jail for shooting a
buck with his hunting rifle Nov. 12 while on patrol in Cheboygan County's
Benton Township. Don Bolen received a two-day jail sentence.
Both apologized during their sentencing.
The Cheboygan Daily Tribune now reports the troopers the two have lost
their jobs while awaiting arbitration.
Detective Sgt. Christopher Luty is vice president of the Michigan State
Police Troopers Association and says the discipline isn't official until
after the troopers' arbitration hearings.
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