Following community backlash over a police blotter item, Jackson police Lt. Roger Schultz has resigned.
The town of Jackson announced Friday afternoon that Town Manager Larry Pardee and Acting Chief of Police Michelle Weber had accepted his resignation letter. Schultz came under fire after posting a blotter item on the Jackson Police Department Facebook page late last week where he wrote that they were investigating an alleged sexual assault involving a minor but might need coffee and sprinkle donuts to assist in doing the math to figure out if it was a crime.
He apologized to the victim in the case, according to Weber and the police department deleted the blotter item after some criticized the apology as tone-deaf.
This is a developing story.