Crime & Public Safety

October 29, 2013 7:43 PM

Lawsuit: Former Bluffton chief McAllister intimidated officer

Former Bluffton Police Chief David McAllister intimidated a subordinate by screaming profanities at him and punching a patrol vehicle hard enough to leave a dent, a revised civil lawsuit states.

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