Authorities say a Michigan police officer has resigned after being investigated for possibly cheating to win an iPad Mini during an annual fundraiser.
Saginaw Township police Chief Don Pussehl tells The Saginaw News he was informed of possible cheating two days after the April 13 Policeman's Ball and opened an investigation. The officer was suspended with pay April 15 and resigned soon afterward.
Pussehl says the investigation found that the officer cheated to win the iPad Mini tablet. The officer's name wasn't released. Pussehl says other officers reported that they were suspicious that the officer who resigned might have cheated during the 2012 ball.
Hundreds of prizes are given away during the event, with some purchased by the Saginaw Township Police Officer Association and others donated by local businesses.