Ex-Smith Township police chief guilty of $10k theft
Cardinal also said Siranovic did not give the key to the evidence room to the new chief when he resigned in October to take a job as a patrolman with another police department. Log in Sign up. He said there is no evidence Siranovic took the money. The suspects also illegally offered high-interest loans and could be hired to collect debts using force, according to state media. Father-son share personal story at 4th Opioid Summit 9:
He could face up to three years in prison. He also ordered Siranovic to forfeit any guns or law-enforcement regalia and forbade him from withdrawing money from his Ohio Public Employees Retirement System account. The chief who replaced Siranovic after his resignation last October alerted authorities to the theft. Cardinal said Siranovic was the only person who had a key to the evidence room. He then took a position as a patrolman with the Sebring Police Department, which placed him on administrative leave in May after a Mahoning County grand jury indicted him.
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