Former Brusly Chief of Police Jamie Whaley is under investigation, once again, by the state Inspector General’s office.
An investigation by the FBI and state Inspector General earlier this year, which ultimately led to his resignation from office, uncovered Whaley’s alleged theft of $1,120 in gasoline, which he used in his personal vehicle and boat.
After a grand jury indictment, Whaley pleaded guilty to one felony charge of malfeasance in office and, shortly thereafter, resigned from office.
Brusly’s Interim Police Chief Richie Johnson, who is also a colonel for the WBR Sheriff’s Office, said that he could not comment on the situation, but did confirm that the Inspector General’s office was, in fact, performing an investigation into Whaley.
Onlookers, last week, witnessed officials removing boxes from Whaley’s Brusly home, though what was inside the boxes was unclear.
Whaley had no comment, and his attorney, James Manasseh, was unavailable for comment as he did not return several phone calls made to his office Monday and Tuesday.