CELINA, Ohio (WDTN) - Celina's police chief is on paid administrative leave during an investigation into possible misconduct on the job.
The safety services director confirmed David Slusser's status to 2 NEWS Wednesday.
Chief Slusser was put on leave February 14, 2013.
A letter sent to the chief does not detail the allegations against him, but ordered him not to talk about the investigation.
Slusser was also ordered to turn in his gun, badge, ID and keys.
He must stay away from the police department and any City of Celina facility while the investigation continues.
Dayton-based PSA Airlines announced it is hiring 1,000 more employees as part an American Airlines announcement that it will be purchasing new regional jets.
When police and firefighters arrived, they said one of the victims, a grandfather living at the residence, was trying to go back inside the burning home.
The CV-22 Osprey, capable of a vertical takeoff, hover, and vertical landing was designed for use by special operations forces.
Southbound traffic on Interstate 75 is moving slow because of an accident near Main Street.