MOODY: Resigned after video of encounter surfaced online.

MOODY: Resigned after video of encounter surfaced online.

J.R. Moody, chief of police of Swifton (Jackson County), has resigned after a video of him cursing a man surfaced on social media, KAIT reports.

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Moody appeared to be off duty in the video. He calls a driver “a motherf**ker.”

From the city of Swifton Facebook page:

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The Swifton mayor & council members want the citizens to know that we did not agree with the recent incident involving our police department. We have addressed the situation and took care of it the best way we felt possible. As of July 15, 2019 the police chief resigned his position.

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