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Texts from La Vergne Police Department chief’s burner phone released

Burrel ‘Chip’ Davis (left) lost his job after sharing explicit images of Meagan Hall (right) within the department from a burner phone (La Vergne Police Department/Facebook)

New details have arisen in the La Vergne Police Department sex scandal, including information that the chief of police was sharing pictures of disgraced officer Maegan Hall’s nudes with the rest of the agency.

Utilizing a burner phone he called “Ole Boy,” former La Vergne Police Chief Burrel “Chip” Davis circulated NSFW images of Hall with other officers.

In one text exchange, Davis cracked jokes with officer Ty McGowan in regards to a photograph of Hall allegedly taken by now-former Sergeant Lewis Powell, one of many officers in the department who Hall was sleeping with.

“Hall… Lewis,” McGowan replied.

“He on it again,” the chief responded.

“He swears he ain’t,” replied McGowan.

“She nor her husband took that picture,” Davis added.

“She has a tight little a** tho,” McGowan said.

“Yep,” agreed Davis.

According to the Daily Star, Hall filed a federal civil-rights lawsuit against the city, Davis, McGowan and Powell, claiming she was groomed to be more vulnerable to sexual abuse by her superiors.

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