Oliver Springs Police launch investigation into Facebook post

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OLIVER SPRINGS, Tenn. (WATE) – Oliver Springs Police Chief Kenneth Morgan has launched an investigation into a Facebook post “by someone who possibly works as an Oliver Springs Police Officer.”

“The Oliver Springs Police Department takes all reports of un-professional behavior seriously and has no tolerance for such behavior,” Morgan said in a letter posted on the department Facebook page.

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