The police department in Geneva is trying to fill two patrol positions after two former officers were charged with crimes.
Chief Frankie Lindsey tells The Dothan Eagle (http://bit.ly/yqENln ) he expects to fill the openings soon, which would bring the department back to full staff with a dozen officers.
Lindsey says 23-year-old Keith Aaron Clark, who had been with the department for about a year and a half, was arrested last week as part of an investigation into copper theft. Clark had already resigned when he was arrested.
Lindsey says police last month arrested 32-year-old Joshua Ray Waller, who was the department's K-9 officer. Police charged Waller with killing his police dog and filing a false police report.
Waller and Clark could not be immediately reached for comment Thursday.
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