CITRONELLE, Ala. (WALA) - Citronelle Police Chief Shane Stringer confirmed one of his officers is under investigation for misconduct.
The chief said there is more than one allegation against Officer Bill Newburn. Newburn is a veteran officer with the Citronelle Police Department.
Chief Stringer said Newburn has not been in any trouble since Stringer took office four months ago.
Chief Stringer would not say what the accusations against Officer Newburn invovled or where they originated from.
Newburn is on paid administrative leave.
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