Kansas Investigating Hunting Complaint Against Chief
Kansas Investigating Hunting Complaint Against Chief A Kansas wildlife
official says the agency is looking into two deer-hunting complaints by a
landowner against Dodge City Police Chief Robin James.
December 9th, 2010
A Kansas wildlife official says the agency is looking into two
deer-hunting complaints by a landowner against Dodge City Police Chief Robin
The city issued a news release on Thursday saying all parties are
cooperating in the investigation and the chief remains on duty.
No citation has been issued.
Maj. Mark Rankin of the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks confirmed
Wednesday that his agency is investigating the validity of two complaints by
a Ford County landowner. Rankin says the complaints were called into the
sheriff's office last Saturday night and Sunday involving the police chief.
James says it would be inappropriate for him to comment, but he adds that
things are not always what they are alleged to be.
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