Oakland City Police Officer Michael Collins will keep his job - with some caveats. The town's board of public works special meeting Thursday night announced his fate. It had been previously announced that he was no longer on the force, with Chief Alec Hensley telling the board he verbally resigned his post in April. The board's announcement that he's still on the force also requires him to be on unpaid suspension until September 1st, that he take required anger management classes, and that he attend counseling with chief Hensley as well. The action taken by the board, including the counseling came at the urging of the police chief.
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