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Statement from Brooklet City Hall “There will be no comment”

City officials at Brooklet City Hall were asked Wednesday if there was any comment on the stories recently highlighted on AllOnGeorgia involving citizens, motorists, and a few officers once employed (and still compensated) by the Brooklet Police Department, but an e-mail sent just after lunch on Wednesday indicates that those hoping for a comment will just have to continue hoping.

Ahead of the response by the city, seven articles had been published by AllOnGeorgia in regard to the Brooklet Police Department. You can find each one below.

Part 1 — Fmr Chief in Brooklet acknowledged citing business owner for speaking out against PD 
Part 2 — VIDEO: Fmr. Brooklet Chief to Motorist: ‘I’m going to work to get you fired’ during speeding-related traffic stop
Part 3 — VIDEO: Brooklet PD secured warrant day after man filed complaint about traffic stop
Part 4– Documents show Brooklet Council teetered on officer discipline despite findings of wrongdoing
Part 5 – Brooklet Chief Retroactively Issued Citation to Motorist after POST complaint filed
Part 6 – Body Camera Shows Officer Lied to Motorist About Radar Accuracy Check
Part 7 – Fmr Brooklet Officers Under Investigation with POST, Records Indicate Investigations in Past

AllOnGeorgia sent two emails and made attempts by phone to obtain a statement from City Hall, specifically asking if there was a comment, a desire to seek more information, or to reassure citizens of the process currently taking place in the police chief search. City Administrator Angela Wirth said by email Wednesday ‘There will be no comment from the city of brooklet.”


Jessica Szilagyi is a former Statewide Contributor for

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