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Eric Bruss

City's Chief of Police

The Calvert City Council

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www.theeagle.com

Bruss is Calvert's new chief of police
Tweet Eagle Staff Report The Calvert City Council decided unanimously Tuesday night to appoint Eric Bruss as the city's chief of police. Bruss currently is employed by the Santa Fe Police Department and has several years experience in law enforcement, said Mayor Marcus Greaves. The mayor said the council plans on waiting for Bruss to take office before filling the three patrol officer spots. "He plans to come up Tuesday and start interviewing the other applicants, though," he said.


www.justsaywhoa.org [cached]

Police officer Eric Bruss testified that Bellow had sold the two horses, along with two more, to the Algoa Auction Barn, which sent the animals north for slaughter.
Bellow was pulled over by Bruss while hauling a horse trailer. Bruss had noticed the trailer was full of horses, but the animals were not standing up in the trailer.


getsantafe.com [cached]

Eric Bruss, a Santa Fe police spokesman, said.
Reinke remained at Santa Fe's city jail on a $31,500 bond, Bruss said.


www.guidrynews.com

The city council voted to authorize litigation to appeal an arbitrator's ruling regarding Eric Bruss, an officer with the city's police department.


www.khou.com

Eric Bruss, with the Santa Fe Police Department, said.
The way K2 and similar products are marketed gives the impression the substance is a legal alternative to marijuana, Bruss said. Labels on most brands, sold in gram-sized packages for $30, call the substance an herbal smoke blend and have scents including mango and strawberry. The products appeal to children who would have a harder time trying to covertly buy marijuana, Bruss said. At its height of popularity, 90 percent of stores in Santa Fe carried the products, Bruss said. Santa Fe police gave all convenience stores selling the products two weeks to remove the items from shelves after the city council passed the ordinance. About half the stores complied, Bruss said.


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