A former Brigantine Police Chief might be involved in a motor vehicle cover-up? At the very least, he may need some driving lessons.
According to WPG Radio’s Harry Hurley, Atlantic County’s ‘Hope One’ vehicle was involved in an accident. According to Joe O’Donaghue, it was being driven by the Chief Warrant officer for Atlantic County Sheriff, Eric Scheffler. O’Donaghue says driver was former Police Chief of Brigantine.
If true, that driver would be former Brigantine Police Chief, Tim Reed.
Joe O’Donaghue, candidate for Atlantic County Sheriff, told Hurley that the Chief Warrant Officer (Reed?) claims ‘the other driver left before he could get information’.
Hurley: Disreputable process or cover-up? Now under investigation. Listen.
Hurley: Was it (accident) properly reported? Joe O’Donoghue: No.
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Hurley. WPG Radio. 9/17/20
Hurley: Was he (Reed?) responsible for accident? Who’s at fault? How do you let that person leave the scene?
This recent event does not reflect well on Scheffler. He has been rejected.Harry Hurley
Hope One Atlantic County.
The “HOPE ONE” mobile response unit offers critical support for persons struggling with addiction. The Atlantic County Sheriff’s Community Services Unit operates the mobile unit. ‘HOPE ONE’ vehicle travels to locations throughout Atlantic County. A Sheriff’s officer, a certified peer recovery specialist – who understands the needs of those suffering with addiction and who can triage individuals in crisis, staffs the vehicle. The specialists staffing the van maintains communications with treatment centers, and tracks available beds in real time.
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