A Georgia police chief allegedly broke into and burglarized a home last month, officials said.
Anthony Williams, chief of the Willacoochee Police Department, was arrested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Wednesday after receiving reports he allegedly busted into a home Oct. 11, the state agency said in a press release.
The GBI opened an investigation into the incident Monday at the request of the Alapaha Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office.
The 49-year-old chief turned himself in two days later.
Williams was booked, but posted a $5,000 bond, WALB News 10 reported.
The investigation is ongoing.