Ohio officer disciplined in pedestrian death


BY JENNIFER BAKER AND JANICE MORSE
Cincinnati Enquirer

MIDDLETOWN, Ohio - The Middletown police officer who hit and killed a pedestrian in January while responding to a call violated internal policies by driving too fast and has agreed to a 15-day suspension, police officials announced today.

David Kirsch, a 10-year veteran of the police department, entered into an agreement with the city of Middletown to waive his grievance rights for any future sustained policy violation, Police Chief Mike Bruck said in a statement.

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