- Associated Press - Thursday, February 18, 2016

DENISON, Iowa (AP) - Officials say the police chief in the western Iowa city of Denison has been disciplined for the lewd images that he created and that ended up on the department’s shared computer drive.

Former Denison police officer Ray Ohl told Sioux City television station KTIV (https://bit.ly/1Q3gTVu ) that Chief John Emswiler had pictures of his staff on his computer and that Emswiler would use editing software to put “their heads on different stuff.”

City attorney Derrick Franck says information on the chief’s computer somehow got onto the department’s shared drive. Franck says the situation was investigated, the chief was disciplined and the city considers the matter closed. He declined to describe the discipline.

Emswiler declined to comment Thursday.


Information from: KTIV-TV, https://www.ktiv.com

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