Bryan Norwood, the police chief responsible for overseeing Chris Brown’s community service in Richmond, Va., resigned Tuesday, according to a statement released by the Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones.
“As of today, I have accepted the resignation of Bryan Norwood from his post as chief of police for the city of Richmond,” Mayor Jones said in a statement. “I am very thankful for the more than four years of dedicated service he has offered to our city and for the leadership that he has brought to the Richmond Police Department.”
On Feb. 5, the Grammy award winning artist was accused of submitting fraudulent documentation regarding the completion of his community service. As part of his 2009 sentence for his felony assault on his girlfriend Rihanna, Brown was put on probation for five years and ordered to complete 180 days of community labor in Virginia.Read More »from Chris Brown Community Service Investigation: Richmond Police Chief Resigns