Walls Police Chief Profited from Confiscated Cars

WALLS, MS (Ben Caxton) — The former police chief of Walls was arrested Wednesday, accused of selling confiscated vehicles to his family and pocketing the cash. A DeSoto County grand jury indicted Herb Brewer last week on an embezzlement charge. State Auditor Shad White says Brewer kept $1850 from sales of a 2007 Ford Mustang and a 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe. White’s demand letter for $6940 includes interest and investigation charges. He also alleged that Brewer undercharged the buyers by more than $2700. Brewer served as Walls police chief from December 2014 to February 2019 and town officials reported irregularities after his resignation. If convicted Brewer faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $5000 fine.



5 Comments on "Walls Police Chief Profited from Confiscated Cars"

  1. there’s more of them out there like that. In almost every town.

  2. The real tax payers of this state need to be “up in arms” over the corruption that’s going on every day in city, state, and county
    Government all over the state …..

  3. How can we have so much farming going on here and tags are higher than an eagle’s. You know the rest

  4. And casinos, walmart,Kroger’s and other companies here also

  5. And the military gets an added 37 dollars for an Iraqi or Afghan veteran’s tag… Really

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