Chief Sellers Sets Retirement Date

A press release from city hall today informs us that beleaguered Police Chief Michael Sellers has set a date for retirement. After many months of medical leave Sellers will be retiring on February 18th.

The Chief has been on paid medical leave since August 9th due to an undisclosed medical condition.

A doctor determined that Sellers is disabled from performing his job as Fullerton’s Chief of police. He started his medical leave just over a month after six officers from his department were involved in the fatal beating of a homeless man, which sparked outrage and protests in front of the Fullerton Police Station.

According to the press release, his retirement announcement coincides with the resolution of his $150,000.00 compensation claim with the city.

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