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Etheridge Resigns As Livingston Chief

/ The Upper Cumberland's News Leader
Etheridge Resigns As Livingston Chief

Citing a desire to prevent further stress to the police department or the citizens of Livingston, Police Chief Greg Etheridge has resigned.

Etheridge submitted his letter of resignation Saturday.

“I have enjoyed and considered it an honor to serve the citizens of Livingston, my time spent with officers and the community of Livingston over the last 14 and a half years,” Etheredge said in the letter.

Etheridge had been on leave to start June after the Tennessee Comptrollers office found multiple security issues within the department. That included the loss of some 27,000 cash. Etheridge returned to the office over the last two weeks.

Board of Aldermen set to address the ongoing issues at the police department at Monday night’s meeting.


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