Funding & Admin
N.H. Officer Fired for Personal Use of Department Funds
BROOKLINE, N.H. -- Selectmen in Brookline have decided to fire a police sergeant who admitted spending the department's money on personal items. Sgt. Michael Kurland has been on paid leave since December. He admitted that he used money from the department's uniform account to buy a pair of Ugg slippers. Kurland said he was reimbursing himself for out-of-pocket expenses for the town's DARE program. The selectmen voted to fire him...
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