SPRINGFIELD, Mich. (WOOD) - A West Michigan police officer accused of being drunk during a hit-and-run accident at a strip club has left his job.
Springfield Department of Public Safety Director Rob Coles told 24 Hour News that Officer Trevor Endsley resigned Tuesday. The resignation brings the internal investigation to an end. Emmett Township officials have handed their investigation to the Calhoun County Prosecutor's Office.
Endsley's personal vehicle collided with another in the parking lot of Hots, 948 N. Raymond Road, during the early morning of Jan. 8.
Endsley, 27, was off-duty at the time.
The other driver followed Endsley and noticed Endsley was having difficulty staying on the road before losing control of his car on Verona Road near McAllister Road.
Endsley then walked around his car and away from the scene, the other driver noticed. A police K-9 unit found Endsley lying in nearby brush.
Endsley was arrested and taken to Oaklawn Hospital where blood was drawn.
He was later put on administrative leave.
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