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Background Information

Employment History

Police Chief


Police Chief

Perryville


Police Chief

Perryville High School


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www.semissourian.com

Former Perryville, Missouri, police chief Keith Tarrillion and his wife have filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Documents filed Thursday in federal court say the city's former top cop now works as a car salesman in Perryville. Tarrillion -- who on July 23 pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of making a false report -- resigned from the Perryville Police Department in March 2013 amid allegations of professional misconduct ranging from sexual harassment to threatening employees...


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Statement by former Perryville police chief Keith Tarrillion in response to city's release of documents (Local News ~ 03/28/13)
Perryville, Mo., police chief released the following statement late Thursday in response to the Perryville city government's release of documents pertaining to an investigation of the chief's conduct and his ultimate resignation. PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Circuit Judge Ben Lewis on Thursday gave the city of Perryville permission to release some of the documents related to the resignation of former police chief Keith Tarrillion in response to an open records request sent to the city by the Southeast Missourian on March 13... An end to a 20-year career with the Perryville Police Department became official Tuesday night as the city's board of aldermen unanimously accepted the resignation of Keith Tarrillion. Tarrillion joined the department in 1993 and has served as the city's chief since he was elected in 2002. . .. PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Keith Tarrillion, Perryville's recently resigned chief of police, continued to deny any wrongdoing Thursday, even as the clock continued to tick toward a Tuesday meeting in which city officials were expected to endorse his offer to exit in light of allegations of impropriety... PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Police Chief Keith Tarrillion, embattled by allegations he falsified a police report in a personal insurance claim two years ago, tendered his resignation Wednesday from a department he served for two decades. Tarrillion has denied the allegations since the accusations were made by someone within his department. On Wednesday, he reiterated those denials and referred all other questions to his attorney... Keith Tarrillion has been on voluntary leave from his duty since late February, when he became the focus of a professional misconduct claim made by a police department employee... PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- The investigation into professional misconduct claims leveled against police chief Keith Tarrillion could be resolved as early as Monday, Perryville city officials said Wednesday.


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PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- After about an hour of testimony that delved into the minutiae of the processes officers use to file police reports, a Perry County circuit judge dismissed one of the two felony charges against former Perryville police chief Keith Tarrillion but ordered the case bound over for trial on the second...
Election filing deadline for Jackson offices approaching; Cape closed (01/16/14) The filing deadline for April 8 municipal election draws near.


www.semissourian.com

PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Former Perryville police chief Keith Tarrillion was arrested Friday on charges of theft, forgery and making a false report, just days before an election that will decide whether Perryville continues to elect its chief.


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The committee was formed two months after former police chief Keith Tarrillion's March 13 resignation, tendered amid allegations of misconduct...


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