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Troy officials support the police chief who attended a rally in Washington

Town officials support the chief of police in Troy after some demanded that he resign or be fired to attend the rally in Washington, D.C., which led to an attack on the U.S. Capitol. >> DOWNLOAD THE FREE WMUR APP, DICK THUCKSON, CHAIRMAN OF THE MOSCORS COUNCIL, TOWN OFFICIALS said they are confident Leader Dave Ellis did not participate in the riots on Wednesday. Thackston said Ellis was using his time to make the trip, was not in a uniform and was not representing the city. Some posts on the town’s Facebook page call for Ellis to resign or be fired. Ellis is under quarantine after his trip out of New England, and Thackston said these provisions were already in place, and that he is using his personal time in quarantine. “He would go there and come back and need to be quarantined,” Thackston said. “There is no interruption of service or coverage, and no compensation or additional city expenses.” Thackston said that as far as he can tell, the posts calling for Ellis to step down are from people who do not live in Troy, and he believes the president has overwhelming support from the population.

Town officials support the chief of police in Troy after some demanded that he resign or be fired to attend the rally in Washington, D.C., which led to an attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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Selectmen’s chairman, Dick Thackston, said town officials are confident that Chief Dave Ellis did not participate in the riots on Wednesday.

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Thackston said Ellis was using his time to make the trip, was not in a uniform and was not representing the city. Some posts on the town’s Facebook page demand that Ellis resign or fire him.

Ellis is in quarantine after his flight from New England, and Thackston said these provisions are already in place, and that he is using his personal time to quarantine.

“Dave knew he was going there and back and he needed to be quarantined,” Thackston said. “There is no interruption in service or coverage, and no compensation or additional expense for the town.”

Thackston said that as far as he can tell, the posts calling for Ellis to step down come from people who do not live in Troy, and he believes the president has overwhelming support from the population.