Kansas police officer out of job following blogger complaint
August 4, 2017
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas police officer is out of a job in the wake of a government watchdog's complaint to regulators about a 1995 conviction in a California misdemeanor domestic violence case.
Marion Police Officer Michael A. Stone's last day on the job is Saturday.
Stone declined comment, saying in a Facebook response to The Associated Press that he wants to "move on from this."
A July 5 complaint filed by blogger Lee White with the state Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training alleges the California conviction disqualifies Stone from serving as a police officer or eve...