First Responders Luncheon (copy)

Aaron Ausmus, who resigned Monday as Angleton’s police chief, speaks during the Salute to First Responders luncheon Aug. 8, 2019, at the Brazoria County Business Park.

ANGLETON — Police Chief Aaron Ausmus turned in his resignation Monday, effective immediately, and city leaders offered no explanation for his unexpected departure.

The chief was one of the subjects of a special, closed meeting of Angleton City Council scheduled for tonight. The agenda lists the topics for discussion as complaints against Ausmus and Human Resources Director Colleen Martin.

Teresa Dowling is a reporter for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0154.

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As I have said repeatedly, the heads of ALL Law Enforcement Agencies should be elected positions. Too many Politicians try to run and manipulate them. The LEGAL Voters should be the ones choosing.

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