Police chief put on leave during car crash investigation

BANGOR, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania police chief has been placed on unpaid leave after allegedly crashing his truck into a house and fleeing the scene. Washington Township supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday to place Chief Scott Miller on unpaid leave until they are able to determine his future with the department. The decision follows a number of residents demanding answers about a Jan. 6 crash involving Miller, who allegedly crashed his truck into a house on the way home from a local bar and then left the scene without notifying the homeowner. Miller will not be allowed to perform any duties related to the department or be allowed into the building during his leave. 

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