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2 Michigan State Police troopers charged in off-duty incident on Mackinac Island

Andrew Longuski, Derrick Jordan charged with larceny, disorderly conduct

Two MSP troopers are charged in an off-duty incident on Mackinac Island. (WDIV)
Two MSP troopers are charged in an off-duty incident on Mackinac Island. (WDIV)

MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. – Two Michigan State Police troopers have been charged with larceny and disorderly conduct for their actions in an off-duty incident, according to authorities.

Lt. Andrew Longuski and Sgt. Derrick Jordan were arraigned May 29 on misdemeanor charges of larceny under $200 and disorderly conduct, the MSP said.

The charges stemmed from an incident that happened May 18 on Mackinac Island.

"The MSP has a long-standing tradition of demanding the highest possible standards of professional conduct from its enforcement and civilian members," MSP said in a statement. "To that end, all allegations of misconduct are aggressively investigated. Alleged violations of administrative rules are also investigated thoroughly and acted upon in a manner consistent with current labor relations law and bargaining unit agreements. Regardless of whether a criminal charge results in a conviction, employees can still be subject to administrative penalties resulting from violations of department policy."

Longuski and Jordan work in the polygraph section of the biometrics and identification division.


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