Report: Former Greensboro Police Chief Ken Miller Resigns as Chief in Greenville, SC | Native information

GREENVILLE, SC – Ken Miller, who retired as Greensboro Police Chief in 2014 to take the same job in Greenville, has resigned in turmoil after an investigation into allegations of misconduct with that department, the local newspaper reports.

The Greenville News reported Tuesday that Miller “resigned his post as the city’s chief police officer on Tuesday after talking to city manager John McDonough.”

The newspaper said the decision came after a seven-month investigation by the State Law Enforcement Division that found no criminal misconduct on the part of Miller, but found evidence that he was untrue and favored a wealthy businessman who donated to the city treated.

Miller served as the Greensboro Police Chief from September 2010 until his retirement on August 31, 2014, about two weeks before he took up his post in Greenville.

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