Former Officer Kevin Haan - Driving while intoxicated [Oct. 15, 2012]
Officer Kevin Haan - Driving while intoxicated [March 28, 2008]
Officer Kevin Haan - Arrested for violating domestic violence bond [March 13, 2008]
Officer Kevin Haan - Arrested for domestic violence [March 04, 2008]
From: Cloudwriter / Behind The Blue Wall:
Sheriff's deputy faces charges
by Advance Newspapers
Monday April 07, 2008, 10:53 AM
An Allegan County Sheriff's Office Deputy was arrested three times in March and is currently on unpaid administrative leave.
Kevin Haan, 43, was arrested March 4 for making alleged threatening telephone calls to his estranged wife, then arrested again on March 13 for violation of the terms of his bond. According to bond conditions, Haan was under a court order to refrain from contacting his wife or consuming alcohol.
The third arrest, for alleged drunken driving, took place in Barry County on March 28.
A board of inquiry will recommend disciplinary action, which could result in Haan's termination
Deputy suspended for three arrests
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
An Allegan County road patrol deputy was placed on unpaid leave after being arrested for the third time last weekend.
Allegan County Undersheriff Jim Hull said that Kevin Haan, 43, was first arrested by Allegan County deputies on March 4 for allegedly making threatening phone calls to his wife. Prosecutors charged him with malicious use of a phone.
He was initially placed on administrative leave with pay, Hull said.
Haan was arrested a second time for violating the conditions of a bond when he continued to contact his wife, Hull said.
On Friday, Haan was arrested by Barry County deputies on suspicion of drunken driving.
Hull said a board of inquiry, which includes two lieutenants and a sergeant of the Allegan County Sheriff's Office, met last week to determine whether Haan will be allowed to return to his position.
"They wanted some additional information and they are waiting on it right now," Hull said. "They will reconvene."
For the time being, Haan has been placed on unpaid leave.
Hull said Haan has no arrests prior to the March 4 incident. He called Haan a "great policeman" who has helped a lot of people in his 18 years with the sheriff's office.
Hull declined comment on any personal problems Haan may have been experiencing prior to his arrests.
"In any workplace, everyone knows about everyone's problems," he said. "I've been doing this for 34 years. Not much surprises me anymore."