Police chief arrested, accused of stealing cars, money

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has arrested a Rhea County police chief on several charges.

The TBI says Graysville Police Chief Jason Redden abused his power when he either sold, kept or returned three cars his department had seized. Redden is also accused of taking more than $4,000 in seized money. There's also surveillance video of Redden taking tools from a seized vehicle.

In all, Redden faces 10 charges, including seven counts of official misconduct.


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