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Chief Jayne

I have been reading all of these comments concerning our Chief. Although I don't know him, I also don't know the identity of the accusers. If they are terminated employees that want give their names and want go on camera and make these accusation known then they are just a bunch of liars out for revenge. Maybe the News needs to stop reporting until they have more concrete facts.
Please idiots; don’t post anymore comments or stories about how much gasoline someone used or where they went in a City vehicle. As a former Police Chief I know personally that driving, meetings, community projects and where employees perform duties can be misconstrued as free work on tax payers’ time. Sometimes employees have to do things they don’t want but this is what being a Public Servant is all about. Chief Jayne appears to be a good and honest man with ethical decision making skills. Before bashing a man’s careers let’s take a look at the accusers past and determine where the motive is coming from. You’re giving way to much credit to unidentified sources that make threats of the Attorney General’s Office, SBI and FBI investigations. These are mere intimidation factors to rouse the public opinion.
Are you for real “I saw him in Costco last Week”. Is this where fired cops go to work after they cannot handle the job of be a Public Servants?
So here is my question to all the readers. In the event of an emergency, are you going to call on Chief Jayne and his Officers or the ex employees working at Castco?

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