[WATCH] Marysville Police Chief Steps Down Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

Chief Aaron Easton has an unblemished record of service as a highly decorated law enforcement officer. He respects the investigation process and knows even untruthful allegations need to be investigated. He hopes the community will reserve judgment until all the facts are out.”
The city manager also released this statement naming a new police chief:

The City of Marysville today announced the separation of Police Chief Aaron W. Easton from the Marysville Police Department. In discussions with the City Manager, the Chief expressed his belief that the well-being and continued credibility of the department was best served by separating himself, and the personal issues facing him at the moment, from the City.

In making the announcement, City Manager Walter Munchheimer acknowledged that an ongoing investigation into a decade-old incident allegedly involving Mr. Easton would not be allowed to be a distraction for the important work of the department and the men and women who serve and protect the community. “While this is an allegation only at this time, it is deeply troubling on a personal level,” the City Manager stated in a written statement.

For full story visit: http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2017/11/09/marysville-police-chief-sexual-assault-allegations/

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