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However, that post has since been deleted, according to WISH-TV.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources investigated the dog’s death and sent Blade’s body to Purdue University for a necropsy.
However the department didn’t specify to WISH-TV why he was let go. leaders say Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election in the U. and took issue with President Donald Trump’s comments Monday during a summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin where the president declined to back his own intelligence services.
Ellis was then hired by the Carthage Police Department but he was kicked out of the police academy for unauthorized computer use, the station reports. “Russia absolutely meddled in our election in 2016.
Police and court documents indicate Ellis seized four handguns, including the one he later gave as a gift, after executing a search warrant in November.
Ellis allegedly didn’t put the one gun into evidence and kept it in his possession until he gave it to the other officer as a gift, according to WISH-TV.
Estimates are not comparable to other geographic levels due to methodology differences that may exist between different data sources.
Ellis was “relieved of his position” with the department in January.Those friends added Blade lost a significant amount of weight since Ellis got the dog in August, the station reports.TRENDING: Police: Someone living in Kettering house when human remains were found After Blade’s death, Laurel police posted on their Facebook page the police dog became sick while in his handler’s care and died.In February, he was charged with two theft charges while he was still with the Laurel Police Department.A fellow Laural police reserve officer contacted the Indiana State Police in January after receiving a stolen handgun as a gift from Ellis, the station reports.
The very short first season focused almost entirely on Leslie's efforts to cut through the red tape to turn Lot 48, a giant pit created as part of an abandoned construction project, into a park.