Former Perryville chief files for bankruptcy

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JACKSON, Mo. (AP) _ The former Perryville police chief who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor has filed for bankruptcy.

The Southeast Missourian reports ( ) that documents filed Thursday in federal court say Keith Tarrillion, former police chief for Perryville, is now selling cars and has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Tarrillion pleaded guilty in July to a misdemeanor charge of making a false report. He resigned from the police department in 2013 amid allegations of professional misconduct. As part of a plea agreement, Tarrillion surrendered his police license, received a six-month suspended jail sentence and was ordered to serve 10 days in jail.

According to the federal bankruptcy filing, Tarrillion owes the city $43,000, which was triggered by his guilty plea. Perryville is listed on the filing as a creditor holding “unsecured nonpriority claims.”


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