City attorney who presented Aaron Bailey merit board case to leave job

WRTVPublished: May 22, 2018
Published: May 22, 2018

One of the attorneys who represented the city’s case at the merit board hearing on the fatal shooting of Aaron Bailey will resign her post next month, Call 6 Investigates has learned. Two attorneys defended IMPD Chief Bryan Roach’s recommendation to terminate Officers Carlton Howard and Michael Dinnsen earlier this month. One of them was IMPD general counsel Melissa Coxey, who was the lead in the case. The other was city attorney Nabeela Virjee, who had been with the city’s office of corporation counsel since January 2017. Call 6 Investigates learned this week that Virjee informed her superiors on May 18 that she would be leaving the office.

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