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Former police officer’s lawsuit is dismissed

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Aaron Caldwell filed lawsuit after being fired in 2016

By Stevie Lowery

A lawsuit filed against the City of Lebanon by one of its former police officers has been dismissed.
Joseph Aaron Caldwell, who was a Lebanon police officer for almost six years, filed a lawsuit against the city in November of 2016 in Marion Circuit Court after he was terminated. Caldwell claimed that the city violated the Police Officer's Bill of Rights when they fired him, and he was demanding that the City of Lebanon reinstate him to his prior position as a Lebanon police officer.


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