UPDATE: North Hodge Assistant Police Chief Arrested; Two New Complaints Filed

Published 08/12 2014 12:12PM

Updated 08/12 2014 09:42PM

UPDATE: The Jackson Parish Sheriff's Office says two more women have come forward with complaints against Coleman.

Sheriff Andy Brown says Coleman's arrest was a result of a months-long investigation when the first complaint was called in to deputies two months ago.

Coleman had been working for North Hodge PD for two years.

Sheriff Brown said these women claimed Coleman would pull them over for a traffic stop, then have them follow him to the police dept. where he would lock them in a room and expose himself among other actions.

Sheriff Brown expects Coleman's first appearance in court to be the first week of September.

At this time, Sheriff Brown could not confirm if Coleman has been suspended from the police dept. or not.

Sheriff Brown said North Hodge Police Chief Phillip Moffett is cooperating with deputies.

North Hodge -- North Hodge Assistant Police Chief Greg Coleman was arrested this morning and charged with six counts of malfeasance in office.

Jackson Parish Sheriff Andy Brown says five women accuse Coleman of committing sexually acts against them.

Brown believes there may be more victims involved and asking anyone that believes they may have been a victim to contact the Jackson Parish Sheriff's Office.  

Coleman was released from jail on $30,000 bond.

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