2 Battle Creek cops fired over relationship, hostile work environment allegations

untitledTwo top Battle Creek Police Department officers were fired after a seven-week investigation, Interim City Manager Susan Bedsole said Tuesday.

Deputy Police Chief Jim Saylor and Inspector Maria Alonso's terminations were effective immediately. The two were placed on paid administrative leave March 5 for what the city said was an investigation into an alleged romantic relationship between the two and the resulting possible creation of a hostile work environment and other performance issues. You can read the story here.

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