Tallassee's Former Asst. Police Chief Turns Himself In


By Catalina Trivino

Tallassee's Former Assistant Police Chief turns himself into authorities...

Chris Miles has turned himself into the Alabama Bureau of Investigation and is now being held on a $15,000 bond.  

Elmore County's District Attorney says Miles has been charged with theft after allegedly taking a pistol out of the evidence locker at the Tallassee Police Department.

This comes following a state and federal investigation after The Tallassee Police Chief says there were missing items from the department's evidence vault.

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carolineredbrook said on Friday, Nov 22 at 11:12 PM

Accused pedophiles like Conrad, Sylvain Kustyan, Jerry Sandusky, etc. (and their enablers) must be apprehended before they have years to continue to destroy young lives. Sandusky and Conrad are now safely behind bars. But unfortunately, Kustyan, who has been formally charged with two counts each of 1st Degree Sodomy and Sexual Abuse of a ten-year-old little boy, fled to avoid imminent arrest. Kustyan, formerly of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Hermin/ Mazingarbe, France,as an English teacher, has led numerous groups of schoolchildren on trips to the US, the UK and Ireland. Kustyan is now a fugitive from the law. Perpetrators condemn their victims to a lifetime of emotional and psychological trauma and often permanent physical ailments as well. Since the average pedophile has 300 different victims in their lifetime and since the recidivism rate among pedophiles is virtually 100% and since there is no effective treatment and no known cure, they and their enablers must be stopped ASAP!

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