Law Enforcement Turmoil Continues in New Holland

New Holland, Ohio

(24/7 News)  --  Three officials in the village of New Holland are facing criminal charges and the officer who filed those charges has been fired.  

On Monday, New Holland Police Sergeant Brad Mick was fired after filing forgery charges against the mayor, police chief and former police chief.  Attorneys representing the village said the officer was fired for pursuing a personal agenda with false charges.  

The village of almost 800 residents lies on the Pickaway/Fayette County line.

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