Clay Crouch holds one of several awards he received during his time with the Lawrenceburg Police Department. He was fired from his job last week, and has since retained an attorney.
Clay Crouch holds one of several awards he received during his time with the Lawrenceburg Police Department. He was fired from his job last week, and has since retained an attorney. Anderson News file photo
Clay Crouch holds one of several awards he received during his time with the Lawrenceburg Police Department. He was fired from his job last week, and has since retained an attorney. Anderson News file photo

Popular Lawrenceburg police officer given the boot

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