Police officer resigns after allegedly beating, choking, & kicking two high school students in off duty altercationPJStar.com
Jan. 15, 2013
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A Creve Coeur police officer has left his job in the wake of his arrest for allegedly beating, choking and kicking two Pekin high school students while off duty last month.
Whether Chad Hjortshoj will face criminal prosecution, however, remained undetermined Thursday, two days after the date he was given after his arrest to appear in court in the case.