...Woodford County State's Attorney Mike Stroh said no charges were being filed against Brockway...
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ROANOKE POLICE CHIEF PLACED ON LEAVE
May 22, 2009
The police chief of Roanoke is on paid administrative leave after being arrested Thursday night on a domestic violence charge. Chief Mike Brockway was taken into custody and spent some time in the Woodford County jail before he was released. Woodford County State's Attorney Mike Stroh said no charges were being filed against Brockway. However, the Roanoke Village Board placed Brockway on administrative leave until trustees can meet next week. During this Memorial Day and Roanoke Festival weekend, Village President Bob Huschen said police protection was being provided by the Woodford County Sheriff's office.
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[IL] No charges for Police Chief "Mike" Brockway after arrest for domestic violence
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No action will be taken pertaining to Police Chief Mike Brockway until the full Village Board gets a committee report June 1...ReplyDelete