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Indiana mayor on various crimes after a dispute with police, reports say

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A dispute between an Indiana mayor and his city’s police Department has led, the report is a list of felony charges against the mayor, according to to.

Mayor Ron Meer of Michigan City faces behavior five felony counts of intimidation, two counts of false Information and crimes, misconduct, court records show.

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The dispute with the police Department began after the recent arrest of sea-son, step-on-drug-charges – an arrest that motivates the sea claims was politically, South Bend WNDU-TV reported.

Mayor Ron Meer of Michigan City, Ind. (Economic Development Corp., Michigan City, In)

Shortly after, the police chief Mark Swistek and two assistant chiefs resigned, with Swistek, who claimed the mayor had arranged to drag him to an unspecified number of officers from the Department of anti-drug task force. A new chief of police Tuesday, was appointed.

For the sea was raised, the judge assigned to his case recused himself because his wife works as a corporate Council for the city.

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Crime was a topic in the Michigan City mayor election, WNDU reported.

Michigan City, with a population of around 31,000 people and is situated on the southern shore of Lake Michigan, near the Indiana border to Michigan.

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