By , Mount Vernon News
July 28, 2011, 5:18 pm

Tom Looney

FREDERICKTOWN — Former Danville police officer Tom Looney, 40, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by the Fredericktown Police Department on an outstanding warrant.

In July 2010, the Knox County grand jury on one count of grand theft, a third degree felony; and possession of stolen property, a fourth degree felony. A gun specification was included in the indictment because a gun was involved.

Looney resigned from his position with the DPD in May 2010.

The News has yet to confirm a court date for Looney.

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2 Responses to “Tom Looney, former Danville police officer, arrested”

  1. BamaFireGirl

    What Tom should or should not have done is no longer up for debate. Tom had already left the state of Ohio BEFORE this matter had gone to the Grand Jury. Tom came back last week to turn himself in and take care of this matter.  However one issue that has not been addressed is his health. Tom has been in the hospital 5 times in the last 6 months, and just had “emergency” surgery 5 weeks ago.