Madison Police Chief Larry Muncey Takes Voluntary Leave, Major Jim Cooke Placed In Charge


Madison Police Chief Larry Muncey Takes Voluntary Leave, Major Jim Cooke Placed In Charge

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Madison Police Chief Larry Muncey announces on Feb. 12, 2015, that he has recommended that Officer Eric Parker be fired. (Sarah Cole/scole@al.com)

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Chirag Patel stands in his neighborhood in Madison, Ala., where his father, Sureshbhai Patel, was severely injured by police. Visiting from India, the elder Patel was staying with his son, his wife and child in their Madison home. Sarah Cole/AL.COM /Landov

Background

The police chief in Madison, Ala., says that an officer who threw a man to the ground faces assault charges and dismissal. Sureshbhai Patel, 57, was stopped as he walked in his son’s new neighborhood. Patel was hospitalized after surgery to fuse bones in his neck; his son says he now has limited mobility.

“I found that Officer Eric Parker’s actions did not meet the high standards and expectations of the Madison City Police Department,” Chief of Police Larry Muncey said after an investigation. He added that he is recommending Parker be fired. Click here to read full article

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Madison Police Chief Larry Muncey guilty of criminal contempt charges.

Friday, a federal judge found Madison Police Chief Larry Muncey guilty of criminal contempt charges.  U.S. District Judge Madeline Hughes Haikala ordered Muncey to pay a $2,500 fine and attend training.

The training should be for legal exposure and liability, the judge said.  Muncey will not face additional witness tampering charges.

Chief Muncey left the courthouse quickly with his wife, Freda, and Major Jim Cooke who is currently overseeing the department.

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