4 EPD Officers Appeal Suspensions At Police Merit Commission MeetingNOVEMBER 14TH, 2016 BRITNEY TAYLOR EVANSVILLE, INDIANA All four officers suspended after an arrest late last month appeal their suspensions. Dozens of officers show their support for them at Monday afternoon’s Police Merit Commission meeting.The future of these four officers remains unclear. They all appealed their suspensions, but it could take weeks until a decision is made.The four Evansville Police officers are accused of using excessive force in the arrest of Matt Healy on October 29th. Officers filed documents stating Healy fought with them during the arrest. But body cam footage showed that was not the case.Officers Mark Decamps, Marcus Craig, and Nick Henderson could be fired. Sergeant Kyle Kassel could be demoted. Indiana State Police are also investigating to see if the men should face criminal charges.The officers suspensions will be up on Thanksgiving. The chief will decide if they come back to work November 25th or be suspended with pay.The next Police Merit Commission meeting is November 28th, but no disciplinary action will be taken. However there could be disciplinary hearings scheduled.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Moussa Dembele is adamant that he is fully committed to Fulham despite being linked with a move from Craven Cottage.Dembele was quoted in the Belgian media suggesting a transfer to Tottenham, who are reportedly interested in signing him, would be a “step higher.”But the forward, currently on international duty with Belgium, has subsequently moved to insist he is happy playing under Whites boss Martin Jol.AdChoices广告In a statement, Dembele said: “Yes, I was asked about the links with Spurs, and I did respond that I was flattered by interest in me, because it means I am playing well, nothing more.“I am happy at Fulham and I am under contract here. I am making progress under Martin Jol and adding further dimensions to my game, so I’m happy playing here.“I want to assure the manager, the fans and of course the chairman, I am fully committed to the club and that any links with other clubs are nothing but speculation, and something I am not even thinking about at this time.”Dembele, 24, has scored four goals in 35 Premier League appearances since moving to west London from AZ Alkmaar in August 2010.Spurs showed some interest in him earlier this year and have been tipped to table a bid when the transfer window re-opens in January.
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