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Toronto Council meets

Patrolman’s resignation discussed

September 25, 2012
By MARK J. MILLER - Staff writer ( , The Herald-Star

TORONTO - A City Police patrolman's resignation was discussed during Monday's City Council meeting.

Patrolman Sean Daly resigned his position in a letter to council, City Police Chief Randy Henry and Mayor John Geddis.

"Please accept this letter as notification that I am resigning my position as patrolman," the letter, dated Sept. 15, read. "I apologize for not being able to give more notice. Thank you very much for giving me the opportunity to work for you and the city of Toronto."

Daly gave his two-week notice Sept. 15, and his last day as an officer was Tuesday.

In the letter, Daly cited financial concerns as the reason for his departure. He was hired for the position in July as a full-time patrolman, replacing Matt Smith, who recently resigned his position. Daly was hired as an officer for Steubenville Police in February 2008 and was subsequently laid off in February 2009. During Monday's meeting, Henry said Daly is taking a position with Norfolk-Southern Railroad.

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