Police officer loses job for lying about fatal pursuit

  • A cross is decorated with candles and flowers Friday, March 19, 2021, after two Rochester men were killed in an accident on Sixth Street in Dover early the previous day. Olivia Falcigno—Seacoast Online

  • Kondrup

Fosters Daily Democrat
Published: 1/26/2022 4:02:44 PM
Modified: 1/26/2022 4:01:23 PM

DOVER — A former Dover police officer who didn’t tell the truth about a pursuit that preceded two local men being killed in a March 2021 crash on Sixth Street had his certification to work as an officer permanently revoked Tuesday.

Killian Kondrup, who was fired in Dover because of his dishonesty, appeared in a hearing before the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Council Tuesday. He and Dover Police Chief William Breault testified about the double fatality at the hearing.

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