Tuesday Jul 22
State of Michigan investigating police force in Village of Oakley
A small-town police department with a large force of reserve officers in Saginaw County is under scrutiny by the state of Michigan.
New insurance, new leadership: Village of Oakley looks to move away from controversy
The village of Oakley is working with an attorney to choose a new leader in the wake of the village president's death.
The Detroit News
Small Michigan village, reserve cops from afar find mutual gains
The reserves, who aren't paid, donate enough money to the village to cover the $38,000 police budget and some other government expenses.
Insurance company drops troubled Saginaw County village
The Saginaw News reports that the village of Oakley on Tuesday got new property and liability insurance.
Saginaw Co. village finds insurance coverage
A small village in Saginaw County that lost its insurance coverage following issues including a number of lawsuits against its officials and police chief has new coverage.
'Business as usual' for Oakley police as village loses its insurance coverage
The Oakley Police Department will conduct "business as usual" as the village prepares to lose its municipal insurance coverage on Tuesday, July 1. "We're not going to give up on the village," Police Chief Robert Reznick said Sunday, June 29. "We'll continue business as usual."