Former Police Chief Convicted

By: Jeff Proctor Email
By: Jeff Proctor Email

The former Chief of Police in Perry will be sentenced next month for stalking a woman. A jury convicted Larry Briggs today. He stalked the 19-year-old by calling her 37-times in one day trying to arrange a meeting. The city council fired Briggs in june.

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  • by carl Location: flint on Sep 16, 2007 at 03:01 PM
    thanks to all the police officers that do there jobs correctly and give the people the best they got.the ones that put there lives on the line,giving no favors to certain people,or looking away just because whatever.every once in awhile theres going to be one bad apple in the bunch,and were glad he's gone.most treat people with respect and are fair and are there to help.if it wasn't for all the good offiers look where we be.if someone breaks the law,no matter who they are they should be punished,no ones above the law.lets keep it that way.
  • by Anonymous on Sep 14, 2007 at 11:53 AM
    how many other women did he bother in his career that no one knows about?
  • by HARLAN COOLEY Location: JACKSON MICH on Sep 14, 2007 at 05:25 AM
    As a retired Police Officer of 32yrs. I like seeing reports where former Officer be them patrol or the chief of police. charged with a crime they commit there not better then any one else infact they are to be even higher then the normal person in staying within or above the law people look up to lawman I tried to be the best officr I could be for my 32yrs in Jackson county. thank you hang the chief.
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