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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Brimfield Police Chief and Facebook internet sensation David Oliver speaks to Kent State students on Oct. 8, 2013 about his many experiences in the police force. From years of helping on the drug task force, to his more recent ones that revolve around helping the community through his notoriety on Facebook, Oliver has built quite a background for himself prior to the interest buzz. Oliver recently released a book called No Mopes Allowed, inspired by the well-known Facebook page.

Our View: A positive legacy tarnished?

KS Editors January 19, 2015

Last week, a community fell from grace. Chief David Oliver, the police chief of Brimfield Township, resigned his post amidst a gender discrimination claim. While the board of trustees in the township accepted...

Brimfield Police Chief and Facebook internet sensation David Oliver speaks to Kent State students on Oct. 8, 2013 about his many experiences in the police force. From years of helping on the drug task force, to his more recent ones that revolve around helping the community through his notoriety on Facebook, Oliver has built quite a background for himself prior to the interest buzz. Oliver recently released a book called No Mopes Allowed, inspired by the well-known Facebook page.

Brimfield’s Chief Oliver resigns, claims PTSD as root of problem

Katie Nix January 16, 2015

The Brimfield Township Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of Police Chief David Oliver at a meeting Friday afternoon and also instated Capt. Chris Adkins as the interim chief.However, much of the...

News on the go: April 11, 2014

Matt Merchant April 10, 2014

Nirvana, Kiss, Peter Gabriel, Hall & Oates, Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, Linda Ronstadt and Cat Stevens joined the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Thursday night. The ceremony was held in Brooklyn’s...

Chief urges civil online comments after stabbings

Kantele Franko April 10, 2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — In the crush of social media reaction to the Pittsburgh-area school stabbings that wounded 21 students, a small-town Ohio police chief drew a response with a straightforward plea:...

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