Dilworth police chief sued by officer at last job who claimed he made anti-union remarks
PINE RIVER, Minn. - Before becoming police chief in Dilworth, Josh Ebert was sued by an officer here who claimed Ebert asked him to disband the local police union and fired him when he refused.
According to court documents filed in Cass County District Court in Minnesota, Ebert and the city of Pine River were sued in 2009 by Officer Shawn Birr and Law Enforcement Labor Services, the Minnesota police union which also represents the six full-time officers in Dilworth.
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