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20-Year Police Vet Put On Paid Leave for Criminal Investigation


LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - A 20-year veteran for Lansing Police has been put onto administrative leave while a criminal investigation is conducted.

Police Chief Teresa Szymanski ordered Detention Officer David Gladstone, 54, on leave after an investigation alleged he assaulted an inmate in the Lansing jail.



The Michigan State Police finished their investigation sent it to the Ingham County Prosecutors, who charged him with a misdemeanor of assault and battery.


LPD is also investigating internally.

Gladstone turned himself in Friday. He will return to court Monday, April 8.

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