Chief Of Police Fired After Police Officer Sacked For Sleeping With Six Of Her Co-Workers

The Chief of Police at La Vergne Police Department has been sacked following an investigation into an officer who had slept with co-workers while on duty.
Credit: La Vergne Police Department

The Chief of Police at La Vergne Police Department has been sacked following an investigation into an officer who had slept with co-workers while on duty.

Maegan Hall, 26, found herself at the centre of a scandal at the Tennessee police department when it was uncovered she had s** and sent nude photos to other officers.

Along with Hall, five other cops were sacked.

Meanwhile, three others were suspended, but have since been reinstated.

However, someone else has lost their job as a consequence of the scandal.

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Chief Burrel ‘Chip’ Davis has been fired from his position as Chief of Police at La Vergne Police Department after a third-party investigation revealed that he did nothing about the s**ual misconduct happening at his workplace, despite being made aware of it.

It also adds that he interfered with the initial investigation.

In the press release, via WSMV, it explains: “The third-party investigator concluded Davis was aware of the sexual misconduct within his department and never reported or disciplined any of the officers involved.

“The conclusion also states that Davis impeded the initial investigation into sexual misconduct, ‘contrary to City policy and permitted – if not encouraged – conduct potentially contrary to state and federal law’.”

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This makes Davis the sixth officer to lose his job due to their involvement in the scandal.

He will be temporarily replaced by Deputy Chief Brent Hatcher while the city searches for a permanent replacement.

Mayor Jason Cole expressed his disappointment in the scandal’s latest twist.

Addressing the press, he said: “There aren’t words to describe the disappointment and frustration felt by myself and other city leaders.

“Officers are held to a higher standard, and even more so is their chief.”

Maegan Hall and Chief Burrel 'Chip' Davis
Following his failure to act in the s**ual misconduct scandal happening in his department, Chief Burrel ‘Chip’ Davis was sacked from his position. Credit: La Vergne Police Department

He continues: “We take the health, safety, and well-being of every employee at La Vergne extremely seriously and a culture similar to the one uncovered in these investigations is not acceptable.

“We will continue to do what needs to be done in order to do what’s right for our officers, our city employees, and our community.”

The investigation began in December, with Hall initially denying the allegations.

However, she soon came clean and said that the situation got out of hand.

Speaking to the department’s head of HR, Andrew Patton, Hall said: “My husband and I were kind of on the verge of a divorce, and I just cracked.

“I got stupid, I got desperate, I guess, and guys are guys and they’ll stick their d*** in anything.”

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The internal report from La Vergne Police Department in Tennessee says that Hall also had a threesome with officer Patrick Magliocco and his wife.

It was also revealed that nude photos were also exchanged between Hall and other officers.

This included performing oral s** on colleague Lewis Powell within a police substation.

However, Hall initially lied about the allegations because she didn’t want to ruin Powell’s career, as well as being concerned for her safety if she talked.

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.