Former police chief accused of theft from Port Allen Walmart | Information

Former Brusly police chief Jamie Whaley has discovered himself on the flawed aspect of the regulation once more. 

The West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Workplace confirmed Whaley was arrested for theft from the Port Allen Walmart on Dec. 19, 2020 following a report by the WBRZ Investigative Unit. 

Whaley allegedly left the shop with $516.40 value of merchandise after paying solely $68.23 on the self checkout. 

Whaley was booked into the West Baton Rouge Parish Jail and launched on a summons for theft.

Whaley resigned as chief of police in 2014 after an investigation by the State Inspector Basic and the FBI revealed Whaley fueled up his boat with the division’s bank card a minimum of 29 instances. The investigation additionally uncovered seven division weapons that might not be situated and cast checks.

Whaley prevented jail time with a no-contest plea to felony malfeasance expenses in 2015.

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