Special meeting called to deal with chief's resignation
BRUSLY- Town leaders will appoint an interim police chief next week after the current chief resigned then pleaded guilty to malfeasance charges today.
Chief Jamie Whaley was arrested on malfeasance and theft charges back in January, and admitted to News 2 he'd spent more than a thousand dollars on the town's fuel card.
The theft charge was dropped today in court. Click HERE to read more about his sentencing.
City leaders are also scheduled to schedule a special election for the open position on November 4, 2014.
The special meeting to discuss the chief's position will be held on Tuesday, April 22nd at 6 p.m.
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