Assistant police chief resigns amid sexual harassment investigation

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EAST ST. LOUIS, IL (KTVI) – The assistant police chief for the city of East St. Louis handed in his resignation Monday.

Assistant Chief Ronald Ike was suspended in August after a woman accused him of sexual harassment.

An independent investigation was conducted into the complaint and the results were shared with Ike.  He voluntarily resigned shortly afterwards.

Ronald Ike had been on the East St. Louis police force since January 1996.    In a news release, Mayor Parks thanked him for his years of service.


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