Everett Police and Union Will Wait Until June for Meade Firing Appeal Decision

A final decision is expected in June, 3 years after the shooting of Niles Meservey

Testimony has wrapped up by both sides of the Everett Police Officer’s Association’s appeal of the firing of officer Troy Meade. Now the process moves to the transcription of the testimony from both sides. Next, attorneys have to provide their briefs to the arbitrator and then a decision will be rendered in June. That will be a full year after Meade was fired by then Everett Police Chief Jim Scharf for violating Everett PD policy in the shooting of Niles Meservey behind the Chuckwagon restaurant. That happened three years ago in June of 2009. You can read more about the firing and the appeals here.

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