Councilwoman storms out of executive session…again

RIDGEWAY – About 20 minutes into the executive session, of the Thursday night Ridgeway Town Council meeting called to discuss the police department, Councilwoman Angela Harrison emerged alone, visibly distraught. Harrison said she left executive session because she was bothered by what council members were saying about the chief. It was the second time she has burst out of an executive session since the new government was seated in April.

“I’m not going to let them talk about our chief that way. I cannot defeat the lies,” Harrison said. “They’re just trying to fry him. This is evil.”

She spent about five minutes criticizing council and receiving hugs from supporters of the town’s police chief, Christopher Culp, before returning to the session.

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