Police report: Guns stolen from Georgia chief's SUV
April 8, 2020
CHAMBLEE, Ga. (AP) — Multiple guns were recently reported stolen from a Georgia police chief's city-owned SUV, despite a department policy stating firearms should not be left unattended inside take-home cars, police records obtained by a newspaper show.
The firearms were taken from Chamblee police Chief Kerry Thomas' city-issued Chevrolet Tahoe while it was at an apartment complex on March 26, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported Tuesday, citing Chamblee police reports.
A window of the unmarked SUV had been shattered, the report said.
Among the items missing from the department ve...