Two Ohio Attorney General’s Office employees resign after incident with police

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The Ohio Attorney General’s Office said two of its employees resigned Monday following a recent incident with Macedonia police.

FOX 8 I-Team reporter Peggy Gallek learned one of the employees is with the Bureau of Criminal Investigation. Details of the incident with police were not immediately released but Peggy learned the incident happened on Thursday.

According to the Ohio Attorney General’s office, both employees used to be in leadership positions.

In July 2015, they were confronted by Attorney General’s Office with allegations that “their personal conduct affected their management abilities.”

The employees then requested voluntary demotions.

A statement from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office says: “Our Human Resources Section did not receive a formal complaint regarding this previous behavior, nor did the allegations claim that the conduct occurred on Attorney General’s Office property or on office time.”

 

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