Police chief John Stacey has one lawyer for his misdemeanor gun case, and another for his allegedly making a crude remark to a young girl.
Bellevue police chief John Stacey has lawyered up, as he awaits the city's verdict on his conduct.
Stacey now has two attorneys... one for his criminal issues, and another for his civil problems. Both say their client is innocent.
The chief has been on paid administrative leave for a comment he made at a Bellevue firehouse to a young girl. Attorney Ed Pohren told Channel 6 News the remark was "innocently made." In addition, Stacey faces a gun charge for lending a pistol to former Gretna city administrator Colleen Lowry without proper documentation. His attorney in that case, James Martin Davis, says there's no law against lending someone a gun and then taking it back.
Stacey will be in Sarpy County District Court to face misdemeanor gun charges on June 6th.