Missing weapons and frivolous spending seemed to be the highlights of the Brusly Police Department’s audit report, which was shared Monday night at the Brusly Town Council meeting.
The audit, which was prepared by Baxley and Associates, LLC, showed that 20 police guns missing from the police department’s inventory and disclosed that two bank accounts the police department held did not adhere to state guidelines and violated trust.
The Brusly High Panthers (Class 3A) faced the Class 1A St. John Eagles in their season opener last Thursday, September 4 at Canova Field at Plaquemine High School.
It was a defensive showdown that ultimately ended with the Panthers shutting out the Eagles 14-0.
MOREAUVILLE – Port Allen did not need much time to get the job done against Avoyelles.
The Pelicans needed only the first quarter to put the game out of reach and padded the lead a bit in the second half for a 45-14 win in their season opener Friday.