Two Brusly police officers under investigation after alleged altercation with middle school student
BRUSLY - Two local police officers are on paid administrative leave after an alleged incident at Brusly Middle School last week.
According to a statement from Brusly Police Chief Jonathan Lefeaux, the two officers were involved in an altercation with a student at the school on Oct. 5.
The police chief offered few details about the incident but said both officers have been placed on paid leave as Louisiana State Police investigates. State police tell WBRZ the investigation involves a use of force complaint.
The department says it plans to make no further comment on the investigation at this time.
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