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Ron Kottka

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Griffith Police Department

HQ Phone:  (219) 924-7500

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Griffith Police Department

111 North Broad Street

Griffith, Indiana,46319

United States

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The Griffith Fire Department is an all volunteer department located in Northwest Indiana.The Griffith Fire Department provides emergency services to the residents of Griffith Indiana....more

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"I have to figure out, with the mileage I put on my cars per year, and at a dollar less per gallon, and getting less mileage, I have to figure out if it's a cost savings," Griffith Police Chief Ron Kottka said.


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Griffith Police Chief Ron Kottka and his second-in-command, Mike Gulley, were recently demoted, sparking outrage from the community.


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GRIFFITH | More than 100 residents rallied Thursday's at the town's Safety Board meeting to protest the ousting of Police Chief Ron Kottka and his second-in-command, Executive Officer Mike Gulley.
Kottka, who has been with the Griffith Police Department for 38 years, and Gulley, a 33-year Griffith police veteran, were demoted to the rank of sergeant during Monday's Griffith Town Council meeting in a 4-1 vote. "The question on all our minds at this point is what new direction seemed that radical that you couldn't trust Ron Kottka and Mike Gulley to establish it?" "The question on all our minds at this point is what new direction seemed that radical that you couldn't trust Ron Kottka and Mike Gulley to establish it?" There is nothing criminal about that department nor any of it's officers, including Ron Kottka and Mike Gulley. It sounded like a difficult situation without malice intended by anyone (the safety board, Kottka, Gulley or the officers). Kottka and Gulley have given most of their lives, and are continuing to do so, in the office of public service in various capacities.


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Officers were called at 9:39 p.m. Saturday to the 1800 block of North Arbogast Street for a report of an assault with a firearm, Griffith Police Chief Ron Kottka said.
When officers arrived, they found several people in the area and a 16-year-old male resident of the apartment complex with gunshot wounds, Kottka said. The teen was taken to The Community Hospital in Munster with injuries that were not life-threatening, Kottka said. The boy's condition was not known Monday morning. The Gary teen was charged as a juvenile in connection with the shooting, Kottka said. Investigators are still working to determine what sparked the shooting and are continuing interviews with witnesses, he said. Tags Local News, Griffith, Gary, Police, Shooting, The Mansards Apartments, Chief Ron Kottka


www.nwitimes.com

According to Griffith Police Chief Ron Kottka, officers were called at 9:39 p.m. Saturday to the 1800 block of N. Arbogast Street for a report of an assault with a firearm.
When officers arrived, Kottka said, they found several people in the area and a 16-year-old male resident of the apartment complex with gunshot wounds. Kottka said the teen was transported to The Community Hospital in Munster with non-life-threatening injuries. His condition was not known Monday morning. A 16-year-old Gary teen has been charged as a juvenile in connection with the incident, Kottka said. Investigators are still working to determine what sparked the shooting and are continuing interviews with witnesses, the chief said Monday. Tags Local News, Griffith, Gary, Police, Shooting, The Mansards Apartments, Chief Ron Kottka


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