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Former NH Officer Sues Over Resignation

Associated Press

April 26, 2010

ALLENSTOWN, NH — A New Hampshire police officer is suing the town that used to employ him and two police superiors.

Gregory Huard is alleging that Allenstown Chief Shaun Mulholland and Sgt. Michael Stark retaliated against him for publicly criticizing the department and for creating intolerable conditions that led to his resignation.

The Concord Monitor says the suit was moved last week to federal court.

Huard resigned from the Allenstown police in February 2009.

Huard is now an officer with the Fremont Police Department.

The 38-year-old Huard claims Allenstown police policy prevented him from being able to appeal Mulholland’s discipline decisions.

Attorney for the town and Stark say their clients acted properly.


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