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Commission rules Neenah police erred

Case against officer Dubinski will continue

10:26 AM, May 21, 2013
Neenah Police Officer Renee Dubinski listens as Police Chief Kevin Wilkinson speaks during a Neenah Police Commission meeting on April 22.
Neenah Police Officer Renee Dubinski listens as Police Chief Kevin Wilkinson speaks during a Neenah Police Commission meeting on April 22.
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The Police Commission ruled Monday that police administrators failed to inform officer Renee Dubinski of the nature of their investigation when they first questioned her about possible policy violations, as required by law.

The decision means that evidence obtained by police from a Sept. 25 interrogation about Dubinski's alleged misuse of sick leave and her relationship with Andrew Erspamer - a man who police say has a reputation for involvement in criminal behavior - cannot be used in the case against her.

Information about those two issues can be introduced, however, if it were ...

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