Yes, I would accept ,000 to be chief of a department in a spacious and fancy office space over a small town with an affluent population and low crime rate.
And you could say he has more than 88,000 reasons to do so.It’s reality in the crazy world in which we live that Chrisman is one of the local small town police chiefs who are paid more handsomely than the Platte County Sheriff, who runs a much, much larger department (plus a jail) over a much, much larger geographical area.He pulled a disappearing act and failed to show for a follow-up interview with police detectives probing Sager’s handling of county-owned scrap material and the resulting cash from the sale of it.He also escaped criminal charges, perhaps via a friendly mood at the prosecutor’s office.“I think LC’s having a drive-through will help them attract court personnel and other customers who are short on time for lunch.” ****** And then came this comment: “Let’s hope the city inspector doesn’t screw up a February opening date for LC’s.
You know how those people can be.” Well there you have it.
****** Somebody engaged me the other day in one of those meaningless “what if? As in, if I had to switch roles with anybody else in Platte County, who would it be?
I could tell you how many years we’ve been meeting like this but it might make all of us feel old, so let’s just move right along.
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After thinking about this for a bit, my answer is our friend Kevin Chrisman, police chief at Parkville.