Former Brigantine Police Chief Tim Reed appears to have filed two different official causes for the crash of a County vehicle he was driving this past summer. That’s according to radio host, Harry Hurley.
Reed is currently the Chief Warrant officer for Atlantic County, reporting to Atlantic County Sheriff, Eric Scheffler.
WPG’s Harry Hurley confirmed the news that the Atlantic County Hope One vehicle Reed was driving, was involved in a crash of suspicious origin.
Hurley: Atlantic County Chief Warrants Officer Tim Reed appears to have filed two different official causes for the crash.
Hurley: To Hammonton Police, Reed appears to make it look like he was the victim of a hit-and-run driver, in a moving vehicle. In the County of Atlantic insurance report, Reed acknowledges that he hit a parked truck.
I find it fantastical that Reed would file two official statements, diametrically opposite.Hurley in the Morning
Hurley: Reed allegedly reported that the owner of the truck went to get his identifying documents and instead left the scene. The mounting evidence appears to confirm that this never happened. It appears that Sheriff Scheffler has taken little, to no action regarding Reed.
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He’s a disgrace