Glasgow official suspended amid questions over allegations

| October 24, 2017
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GLASGOW, MO – A city official in Glasgow has been suspended for a month.

Kevin Atwood is the Chief of Police and City Administrator of Glasgow. The city council, in a recent closed session, decided to investigate allegations against Atwood, but refuse to speculate until more information is acquired.  Atwood will be suspended with pay for 30 days, according to the council’s judgement. His name is attached to current civil cases in Howard County, but it is unknown whether these are the allegations in question.

Assistant Police Chief Charlie Polson will take over Atwood’s duties, and says more information will be released at a later date.

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