Maplewood Police and Fire

Maplewood Leaders Vote to Disarm, Indefinitely Suspend Auxiliary Police

The Maplewood Township Committee voted 3-1 (one abstention) to disarm and 3-2 to indefinitely suspend the auxiliary police at their Oct. 20 meeting. 

The auxiliary police are suspended until further notice. In the meantime, committee members will work with Chief of Police Jimmy DeVaul to redefine the . . .

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