Jonathan Jules Lefeaux came away with the victory Tuesday night, garnering 55 percent of Brusly votes to defeat Paul Marionneaux, becoming the Town of Brusly’s next Chief of Police.
“I felt really good going into it. We had a whole lot of support,” Lefeaux said Wednesday afternoon. “I’m just ready to get in there and get to work now; get the trust back in the department. We’re ready to do some good things.”