Police Chief’s Future Unsure 

No decisions were made Wednesday night regarding the continued employment of Milo Police Chief Michael Poulin.Town officials met for an emergency meeting after their police chief was arrested and charged with assault last week. Poulin is still suspended with pay. Police arrested him Friday on a domestic assault charge involving his wife.Wednesday’s meeting was held behind closed doors, and an attorney was present.After the meeting, Town Manager Jeff Gahagan said they were strictly discussing procedure, to make sure they move forward in the proper manner.He says – at this point – no information regarding the police chief has been presented to the selectmen.”The next step in the process,” Gahagan says, “is for us to continue to investigate and pull together documentation and things that we’re going to need going forward.”Poulin is free on bail and due in court at the end of April.Gahagan says, regarding Poulin’s employment, the town will move forward at the advice of their attorney. Wednesday night he couldn’t say when they will make a decision.