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Saline Law enforcement officials, including chief, named in pair of lawsuits...

Saline law enforcement officials, including chief, named in pair of lawsuits
POSTED SEPT. 12, 2009
A pair of lawsuits are pending involving several Saline County law enforcement officials, including Benton Police Chief Kirk Lane.
Lane, who has been chief less than nine months, is one of 13 defendants named in a sexual discrimination suit that stems from allegations made while Lane was a captain with the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office.
   The suit, filed in federal court in Little Rock, alleges that the defendants discriminated against three female employees at the sheriff's office. The suit further alleges that the defendants then retaliated against the employees after the women filed their complaint.
One of the women, Stephanie Cloos, is from Hensley. The other two are from North Little Rock.
   The women allege, among other things, that they were verbally abused, denied promotion and training opportunities and generally harassed.
The trial started Tuesday.
A pair of Saline County probation officers and a sheriff's deputy are named in another federal suit that alleges that the three violated the constitutional rights of Madison and Agnes Wilson during an allegedly improper search of the Wilsons' residence.
Probation officers Angela Easterling and Ken Ogden, Deputy Bobby Teague and Sheriff Bruce Pennington are named in the suit, along with a "John Doe" defendant.
Madison Wilson is on probation for felony assault and terroristic threatening. Agnes Wilson is his mother. The two are seeking a jury trial and unspecified monetary damages.




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Update - case dropped.

Chris said:
Update - case dropped.


hung jury -- not quite the same as dropped.
When I went public with things I knew to be true about Harmon, his defenders, which included various officials and law enforcement, called me crazy and the Benton Courier printed everything he said as if it were the gospel according to John.

When I went public with things I knew to be true about Jay Campbell, his defenders, including various officials and law enforcement, called me crazy and the mayor of Lonoke and the Lonoke Leader newspaper went on a public relations campaign promoting Campbell as God's gift to Lonoke.

When I went public with things I knew to be true about Kirk Lane, his defenders, including various officials and law enforcement, called me crazy -- and Rick Holland and the Courier launched a public relations campaign promoting Lane as God's gift to Benton.

You know the old saying, you can paint a piece of s--t gold, but when you get through, it's still a piece of s--t. I was right about Harmon, I was right about Campbell, and I am right about Lane. I'm 2 for 3 now -- who are the real crazies? --
1. Posted where? Please give attribution to the source.
2. Please don't post the entire article. Other people online are funded by advertising, and respect should be given there. Please post only a snippet at most and include a link to the rest.
3. Please check to see if we already talked about a topic - especially one this old - before posting.
4. Include the rest of the story, or a question if you don't know. Police Chief Kirk Lane was exonerated of these charges.
5. What exactly are you trying to say with this story about Pulaski County law enforcement?
Lane was not exonerated - it was a hung jury.


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