The Halstead city administrator and the town’s former police chief were arrested and booked into jail Monday on felony charges, the Harvey County Sheriff’s Office said.
The Halstead city administrator and the town’s former police chief were arrested and booked into jail Monday on felony charges, the Harvey County Sheriff’s Office said. Mike Hutmacher File photo
The Halstead city administrator and the town’s former police chief were arrested and booked into jail Monday on felony charges, the Harvey County Sheriff’s Office said. Mike Hutmacher File photo

Halstead’s ex-police chief, city administrator face felony charges

August 22, 2016 02:39 PM

UPDATED August 22, 2016 05:55 PM

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