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    Former Brusly Police Chief Arrested Again.

    PORT ALLEN, LOUISIANA - The felony-convicted former police chief of Brusly, Jamie Whaley, is in hot water again.

    On December 19, 2020, Whaley got caught at the Port Allen Walmart walking out of the store with $516.40 worth of merchandise in his buggy, according to law enforcement. But, when employees crosschecked his receipt, they realized Whaley had only paid for $68.23 worth of items.

    Whaley's receipt showed he purchased fishing corks, children's toys, and light bulbs. Reports indicate the things Whaley paid for were not inside his shopping cart.
    According to arrest documents, an employee at Walmart notified supervisors that Whaley was seen removing price tags from fishing merchandise. He wound up going to the self-checkout registers but didn't make it past the exit door after discrepancies were noticed.

    Whaley was booked into the West Baton Rouge Parish Jail and released on a summons for theft.
    Whaley resigned from his post as chief of police in Brusly in 2014 following an investigation by the State Inspector General and the FBI.
    Whaley fueled up his boat with the department's credit card at least 29 times. As the investigation progressed, additional crimes were discovered.
    Seven guns could not be located and checks surfaced that had been forged.

    Whaley entered a no-contest plea to felony malfeasance charges in 2015. He avoided jail time and was placed on probation.

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    I think his probation was set to end in a few weeks

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    Itís a misdemeanor. Heíll get a slap on the wrist.


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    What an idiot and to think this man is former police chief.

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    Donít troll me bro!

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    That place seems to have a history of appointing/electing individuals with very questionable moral standing to fill their public office seats. I’m not sure exactly when they went ghetto, but it appears things are status quo there in Port Allen.
    Acquisition after aquisition...
    Doesnít play well with TROLLS...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdump View Post
    That place seems to have a history of appointing/electing individuals with very questionable moral standing to fill their public office seats. I’m not sure exactly when they went ghetto, but it appears things are status quo there in Port Allen.
    Acquisition after aquisition...
    Jaime was former chief in town of Brusly, Port Allen has had their share of problems with elected officials

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    I misread the title as former busty police chief arrested again. I was disappointed when I got in here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thperez1972 View Post
    It’s a misdemeanor. He’ll get a slap on the wrist.


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    He violated the conditions of his parole by commiting another crime, prob gonna get jail this time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Abear View Post
    He violated the conditions of his parole by commiting another crime, prob gonna get jail this time
    It's not a felony. It's not a misdemeanor crime of violence. It's not a sex offense. It's not a gun charge. And it's not absconding. He'll get a 15 day jail sentence. I would view that as a slap on the wrist.

    From LA RS 15:574.7
    (4) For purposes of this Subsection, "technical violation" means any violation of a condition of parole, that does not include any of the following:
    (a) An allegation of a criminal act that is subsequently proven to be a felony.
    (b) An allegation of a criminal act that is subsequently proven to be an intentional misdemeanor directly affecting the person.
    (c) An allegation of a criminal act that if proven would be a crime of violence as defined in R.S. 14:2(B).
    (d) An allegation of a criminal act that if proven would be a sex offense as defined in R.S. 15:541.
    (e) An allegation of domestic abuse battery pursuant to R.S. 14:35.3 committed by one family member or household member against another, or an allegation of battery committed by one dating partner as defined by R.S. 46:2151 against another.
    (f) An allegation of violation of a protective order, pursuant to R.S. 14:79, issued against the offender to protect a family member or household member as defined by R.S. 14:35.3, or a dating partner as defined by R.S. 46:2151.
    (g) Being in possession of a firearm or other prohibited weapon.
    (h) Absconding from the jurisdiction of the court by leaving the state without the prior approval of the committee on parole or the probation and parole officer.
    https://legis.la.gov/Legis/Law.aspx?d=79247

    From LA RS 15:574.9
    H.(1)(a) Any offender who has been released on parole and who has been determined by the committee on parole to have committed a technical violation of the conditions of parole, shall be required to serve the following sentences:
    (i) For the first technical violation, not more than fifteen days.
    (ii) For a second technical violation, not more than thirty days.
    (iii) For a third technical violation, not more than forty-five days.
    (iv) For a fourth or subsequent technical violation, not more than ninety days.
    (v) For custodial substance abuse treatment programs, not more than ninety days.
    https://legis.la.gov/Legis/Law.aspx?d=79249

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