An Oelwein cop fired for an alleged “Peeping Tom” incident a couple of years ago is now Oelwein’s police chief. At a special meeting, the Oelwein City Council promoted current Officer Jeremy Logan to Oelwein Police Chief this week. The decision came after the Oelwein Civil Service Commission voted to reinstate Logan after hearing testimony from him and others involved in the “Peeping Tom” case. Logan was fired two years ago by then-Police Chief John Shirkey for allegedly peeking into the residence of a fellow police officer. Logan contends he was conducting surveillance of a nearby convenience store. Shirkey resigned over a year ago, and four applicants for the job were interviewed.
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