On October 5th Oakwood Hills Village President resigned.
Some have said that resignation had something to do with the Police Department.
So, McHenry County Blog filed a Freedom of Information request with the Police Department for what might be relevant information, including disciplinary documents.
They appear below in calendar order.
The juicy stuff is at the bottom of the post.
For March 8, 2018, this correspondence was supplied concerning Joseph Callahan.
First, there is a September 2, 2018, Personnel Discipline Report for Joseph Callahan.
Next comes another disciplinary report concerning Joseph Callahan from December 18, 2018.
At the end of 2018 on December 30, the following was written, also about Joseph Callahan.
This report is dated January 5, 2019, again about Joseph Callahan.
January 30, 2019, saw another report on Joesph Callahan.
This May 17, 2019, letter from Jakub Wrobel was supplied as a result of the FOI request.
On July 3, 2019, Ramtin Sabet sent this email announcing his resignation:
On July 12, 2019, Marc LaPuma sent a resignation email.
It was accepted the same day,
Eric Decker sent this letter of resignation on July 26, 2019:
Police Chief Valiza Nash accepted his resignation by email:
September 28, 2019, Ronald Dippel sent a resignation letter citing a directive from Village President Paul Smith not to investigate future felonies. Dippel, a part-time officer suggests that Smith may be guilty of official misconduct.
Then, two days later on September 30, 2019, comes another bombshell resignation letter from fourteen-year veteran Officer Maryann Eberle-Dalton.
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More on Friday.