Wednesday, July 10, 2002

Officer Tim Nixon - Suspended - State Conservation

STATE CONSERVATION COP TAKES LEAVE AFTER ARREST

July 12, 2002 •• 324 words •• ID: 0207120505. Detroit Free Press.

A top-ranking state conservation officer is on indefinite paid leave from his job following his arrest Sunday on a charge of domestic violence. Capt. Tim Nixon, 39, of Hastings was taken into custody and released after an altercation with his wife at a residence, which is not their own, near New Buffalo in southwest Michigan, according to police. Nixon was arraigned on a first offense Wednesday in 5th District Court in St. Joseph. Nixon could not be reached for comment. Berrien


Sunday, July 7, 2002

Officer Tim Nixon - State Conservation - Hastings

STATE CONSERVATION COP TAKES LEAVE AFTER ARREST

July 12, 2002 •• 324 words •• ID: 0207120505. Detroit Free Press.

A top-ranking state conservation officer is on indefinite paid leave from his job following his arrest Sunday on a charge of domestic violence. Capt. Tim Nixon, 39, of Hastings was taken into custody and released after an altercation with his wife at a residence, which is not their own, near New Buffalo in southwest Michigan, according to police. Nixon was arraigned on a first offense Wednesday in 5th District Court in St. Joseph. Nixon could not be reached for comment. Berrien


Monday, July 1, 2002

Officer Mark Roll - Detroit PD

In 2002, Officer Mark Roll was charged with domestic violence.





4. SECRETARY REPORT - EXEC. DIR. GOSS

Suspension
On March 27, 2003, Police Officer Mark Roll, Badge 1128, assigned to The Gaming Administration Section, was suspended without pay, by Chief Jerry A. Oliver, Sr.

On January 12, 2003, Police Officer Mark Roll, was involved in a physical altercation with a subject while at a bar in East Tawas, Michigan.

According to the information, Officer Roll’s male friend was involved in a physical altercation. As his friend was being escorted out of the bar, Officer Roll allegedly punched the complainant. In addition, Officer Roll punched the glass of the front door causing it to shatter. Misdemeanor warrant #03-224FM was issued charging Officer Roll with “Malicious Destruction of Building - $200 or More, but Less than $1,000.”

On March 24, 2003, Officer Roll was arraigned before the Honorable Magistrate Jennifer Huebel, of the81st District Court, Tawas, Michigan.

He was released on a $5,000.00 personal bond.

Officer Roll is currently suspended with pay for “Assault and Battery/Domestic Violence,” in which he was dismissed from the Detroit Police Department at a Chief’s Hearing. He is currently appealing this decision. Additionally, on July 31, 2002, a Probationary Evaluation Board recommended that he be dismissed from the department due to poor work performance and attendance.

Based on the above circumstances, it is recommended that Officer Roll be charged with, but not limited to the following violation of the Detroit Police Department Rules and Regulations:









Deputy Kevin Chittick - Lapeer SD

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Deputy Kevin Chittick charged with CSC