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Chief who helped save child resigns amid use of drive inquiry

GREENWOOD, Mo. – A Kansas Metropolis-area police chief has resigned after he was accused of utilizing extreme drive towards a father charged with making an attempt to drown his 6-month-old daughter in a pond.

The Kansas Metropolis Star stories that Greg Hallgrimson formally give up final week because the Greenwood police chief. He had been on administrative depart since Dec. 26 , a couple of week after Jonathon Stephen Zicarelli’s daughter was rescued.

Charging paperwork say Hallgrimson and one other officer rushed to the icy pond after Zicarelli stated he had tried to drown his daughter. They discovered the toddler floating face up within the pond, and she or he was handled for extreme hypothermia.

Zicarelli’s defence lawyer says bodycam video from one other officer reveals Hallgrimson punch Zicarelli. Hallgrimson hasn’t been charged, and the video hasn’t been launched.

Hallgrimson’s lawyer declined to remark.

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