Resignations of two South Bend Police Officers accepted by Board of Public Safety

Brandon Jones (Photo supplied/South Bend Police Department)

Two South Bend Police Officers have resigned. One left the force after being charged with theft.

The Board of Public Safety accepted the resignation of Brando Jones at their meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 20.

The former officer has been charged with theft for alleging changing price tags on merchandise at a local Walmart, that could have resulted in a loss of about $66 for the store.

Jones also issued a formal apology at the meeting.

The Board of Public Safety also accepted the resignation of officer Christopher Houser.

The South Bend Tribune reports back in December, Police Chief Scott Ruszkowski recommended Houser be fired for violating multiple department policies.

Read more information about the resignations in the original story published by The South Bend Tribune.

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