COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ten former police officers convicted of crimes fell through thestate's decertification process until their cases were pointed outby The Associated Press. The officers:
-- Michael Moore, former Warren County Sheriff's Office deputy.Convicted in 2004 of illegal possession of drugs and theft inoffice.
-- Richard Elworth, former Dayton police officer. Convicted in2005 of having a gun while committing a drug-traffickingoffense.
-- Mark Nelson, former Columbus police officer. Convicted in2006 of making a false statement in the acquisition of afirearm.
-- Zvonko Sarlog, former Cleveland police Officer. Convicted in2007 of money laundering and cocaine charges.
-- Mark Demeropolis, former chief of the Cleves policedepartment. Convicted in 2007 of complicity to falsification aspart of a license plate scam.
-- Bobby Cutts Jr., former Canton police officer. Convicted in2008 of murder, aggravated murder, aggravated burglary and abuse ofa corpse in the 2007 death of his lover and the child she wascarrying.
-- Trevor Fusner, former Zanesville police officer. Convicted in2008 of conspiring to deal cocaine and carrying a gun during a drugcrime.
-- Chad Mills, former Genesis HealthCare System hospitalofficer, convicted in 2008 of conspiring to deal cocaine andcarrying a gun during a drug crime.
-- Sean Beck, former Zanesville police officer. Convicted in2008 of conspiracy to possess and distribute cocaine and possessionof a firearm during a drug crime.
-- Mark McCombs, former Parma police officer. Convicted in 2008of tampering with evidence.
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