GRAND RAPIDS — A former Benton Harbor police officer will head to prison for 30 months for corruption. A federal judge also required Bernard Hall Junior to pay $10,000 in restitution to the Benton Harbor Police Department. Hall pleaded guilty in September to falsifying search-warrant affidavits, embezzling police funds, illegally seizing suspects' money and property, and conspiracy to violate civil rights. A grand jury indicted him last July, one month after he resigned. Investigators say he was the supervisor of another former Benton Harbor police officer, Andrew Collins. Collins is already serving time for having and planning to distribute crack cocaine. The Berrien County Prosecutor had to drop several cases because Collins was involved in them.