The Kingman city attorney's office says no criminal charges will be filed against the south-central Kansas community's former police chief following an investigation.
KAKE-TV reports the case of former Kingman Police Chief Marc Holloway is now closed.
Holloway thanked his supporters in the community and said its citizens now have access to the truth.
Holloway resigned as chief Jan. 3 after an investigation by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. The city attorney confirmed Thursday that a special prosecutor declined to file charges.
The city asked the KBI in October to investigate Holloway and he was placed on administrative leave in November. City officials and the KBI have refused to discuss what prompted the investigation.
Holloway is a former Pratt County resident and law enforcement officer.
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