Griffith Cop Charged of Stealing Grant Money

Griffith former Town Councilman and police officer, Michael Gulley, is charged with seizing about $1,600 by forging work hour records associated with an Indiana Criminal Justice Institute Traffic Grant known as Operation Pull Over.


An internal Griffith Police Department audit revealed that Gulley had falsified 36 hours of work between March 2009 and December 2012 from the grant.

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