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Police Chief Allegedly Stalked, Harassed Girlfriend



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    Police have arrested a man in connection with a fatal crash.

    A northeastern Pennsylvania court has granted a protection-from-abuse order against a police chief accused of stalking and harassing his police officer ex-girlfriend.

    WNEP-TV reports the ruling Friday in Columbia County Court says Millville police Chief Ted Stout must stay away from his former girlfriend and he must not carry a gun for a year and a half.

    He is currently suspended without pay.

    Stout is the only full-time officer in Millville.  Mayor Jerry Wright says part-timers are filling the void for now.

    The mayor says any further action on Stout's job status will have to come at a borough council meeting.  The next scheduled meeting is Aug. 19.


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