Littleton faced firing from the Enon Police department for lying to a superior officer in 2016 before he resigned.
“We submitted the requests in early March,” attorney Brian Shrive told the Dayton Daily News. “It has been six weeks since the fiscal officer signed for the delivery. To date, we have not heard a peep from the township in response.”
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Shrive added he hopes township officials “give us the records to show what happened here.”
The lawsuit names as defendants the township, trustees Dale Seim, Ron Price and Melissa Mears, and fiscal officer Rhonda Behnken.
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“I know for a fact that somebody made a request, and it’s something that’s in the hands of the (Montgomery County) Prosecutor,” Price said. “If they want to file suit, I don’t care, it doesn’t make any difference. I know that we have fulfilled every obligation that we know how to fulfill.”
Price said he didn’t know if anyone from the township attempted to respond to the Finney Law Firm, which made the request on behalf of Bertelson.
Prosecutor’s office spokesman Greg Flannagan said “it is our understanding that Perry Twp. has been working on compiling the documents” and that “we have advised” Bertelson’s attorney.
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Trustees president Seim has said he supports Littleton, who said he would have been fired from the Enon Police Dept. in 2016 had he not resigned.
Seim said the chief has done a fantastic job since he was hired in an interim basis and after he got the full-time job.
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