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Grand Jury Indicts Former Sun Police Officer on Malfeasance Charges

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Nov. 14, 2018

COVINGTON—District Attorney Warren Montgomery reports that a grand jury indicted Jacob Scott Walker, 36, a former Sun police officer, Tuesday (Nov. 13) with two counts of malfeasance.

Walker is accused of pocketing money he collected from traffic tickets for his own personal gain between Feb. 8 and Aug. 13 of this year. Walker also is accused of failing to submit narcotics evidence to the crime lab for analysis after a traffic stop on Dec. 18, 2017, and then lying about it.

Assistant District Attorney Ken Dohre presented the case to the grand jury, and D.A. Investigator Walter “Nick” Burtanog, IV, investigated it.