Public hearings set on suspended Hortonville police chief
HORTONVILLE, Wis. (AP) — The Hortonville Police Commission has scheduled two days of hearings into complaints against suspended Police Chief Michael Sullivan.
Sullivan has been on paid administrative leave since Oct. 21. WLUK-TV reports (http://bit.ly/2gHMVet ) that there are numerous allegations against him, including inappropriate disclosure of confidential information, violation of employee rights and not being truthful during an internal investigation.
Sullivan has been the chief for 14 years, and has maintained he’s being treated unfairly.
Hearings are set for Dec. 21 and Dec. 22. They’re open to the public. Police Commission attorney Scott Herrick says a decision on Sullivan’s future won’t come for several weeks after that.
Information from: WLUK-TV, http://www.fox11online.com