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Richard B. Mizzi

Police Chief

Arnaudville

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Arnaudville

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Police Chief

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www.katc.com

The Secretary of State's office officially received Arnaudville Police Chief Richard Mizzi's resignation letter yesterday.


www.dailyworld.com [cached]

Arnaudville Police Chief Richard Mizzi said his office was not informed about the FBI action. "They are federal, they don't have to inform us," said Mizzi, who attends church at St. Francis Regis.


www.dailyworld.com

stepping stone or officers who should not be in public service, Arnaudville Police Chief Richard Mizzi said.
"I've gotten rid of many corrupt officers. Nobody wants them, and if they do want them, and then when they do take them, they find out they're bad when they show up in the newspaper," Mizzi said. Two Arnaudville Police officers were accused of drug violations a few years ago, and another was investigated after he shot a suspect in both legs after the suspect took the officer's taser and attempted to use it. He was later cleared of wrongdoing. Not every department may have these stories, but most have less dramatic instances of small-town officers whose actions, or inactions, do not warrant arrest, but threaten the credibility of a police force and possibly put the public at risk. "I had some officers before that I had to terminate that weren't doing their job, and I just can't sleep at night if officers aren't doing their job right," Mizzi said. "You end up with people that you don't want in a police car," Mizzi said. Starting salary for Mizzi's officers is $9 an hour, compared to the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour. He cannot offer them much, because he has been there for 12 years and is paid $14 an hour. Locals are hard to find, Mizzi said, who added that the last local he hired "didn't even stay for a few weeks." A starting officer in Arnaudville, for instance, is paid $9.15 an hour and Chief Richard Mizzi said his officers also have to pay much of their own health and retirement benefits. "I have lost many officers over the years to departments with better salaries and benefits. A family man can't work here," Mizzi said.


www.dailyworld.com [cached]

"I was surprised to hear Opelousas was paying," said Arnaudville Police Chief Richard Mizzi.Costs for additional police for any function, unless it is a town event, are paid for by that group, he said. Arnaudville officers volunteer to work the annual St. Francis Regis church sponsored Etouffée Festival, Mizzi said.And when the school has a parade or something going on, he will work that time since he is on salary and unable to accumulate overtime.


www.theadvertiser.com [cached]

KROTZ SPRINGS - A Krotz Springs police officer was arrested Monday for domestic abuse, according to Arnaudville Police Chief Richard Mizzi.Mizzi said Robert's wife came into the police department about 2:45 p.m. Monday to file the complaint, and the department helped her get a warrant from Judge Donald Hebert of the 27th Judicial District Court.Robert was released on a $2,000 bond around 6 p.m. Monday, Mizzi said.According to statements given by Robert's wife, Mizzi said Robert allegedly spat in the woman's face, then began "slapping her around.""She told me she was going to get a restraining order tomorrow," Mizzi said.


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