(NBC News) A Michigan police officer has been fired from the Muskegon Police Department following an inquiry into racist memorabilia found in his home that was for sale.
Officer Charles Anderson was terminated after a disciplinary hearing concluded Thursday afternoon, Muskegon City Manager Frank Peterson told NBC News. Peterson said the entire inquiry report would likely be released sometime next week.
Neither Anderson nor the officer’s union, the Police Officers Labor Council, could immediately be reached for comment.
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Anderson, who is white, was placed on administrative leave last month after a prospective home buyer said he saw a framed Ku Klux Klan application and multiple Confederate flags in his house.