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Police officer pleads guilty to misdemeanor

November 8, 2017
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A police officer in the region has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor neglect of duty for leaving his jurisdiction for an illegitimate reason.

He left the jurisdiction to drive by an ex-girlfriend's home to see who she was dating.

The Berrien County prosecutor's office said last week that 30-year-old Robert Fuller has been sentenced to a $575 fine.

Fuller is a Benton Township officer.

The prosecutor's office said a reported use of the Law Enforcement Information Network led investigators to discover that Fuller left his patrol jurisdiction several times in 2016 for personal reasons.

Police officers are only permitted to leave their jurisdictions for limited legitimate reasons.

Administrative hearings regarding Fuller's employment status are underway with the police department. 

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