Administrators of southwestern Illinois’ Caseyville have fired the police chief for a fourth and perhaps final time.
Jose Alvarez has been fired for a third time in a span of three months.
He’s been fired twice, and now faces criminal charges, but the Police Chief of Caseyville, Ill. still has his job.
Jose Alvarez is accused of going on a rant during a city council meeting and making physical contact with a police sergeant.
After being fired by Mayor Leonard Black twice in the last five weeks, Chief Jose Alvarez was retained by the village board last night.
Judge Stephen McGlynn says Chief Jose Alvarez needs to stay in office until a replacement is found.
Harold Johnson of Brooklyn was arrested in Caseyville, early Saturday.
The mayor of the southern Illinois city of Caseyville named a new police chief, filling a post made vacant by the June suicide of the previous chief.