This Small Town In Indiana Doesn’t Have A Police Force Because Everyone Quit

In a location where the population doesn’t even reach 1,000 residents, Miami County’s small town of Bunker Hill has managed to cause quite a stir over the past week. Leaving the town to fend for itself, every single police officer handed in a resignation letter last Monday. And to make matters even more unusual, this week the town’s council is now calling that two of its own members resign. Haven’t heard about Bunker Hill’s latest drama? Then let’s fill you in.

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Would you feel concerned if your town’s entire Police force quit unexpectedly? Tell us what your opinion is on this situation happening in the small town of Bunker Hill.