Idaho Dispatch recently sat down with a source who has direct inside knowledge of what they have described as “turmoil” within the Caldwell Police Department.
Over the last few months, Idaho Dispatch has run several articles about the city of Caldwell and what is taking place in the police department. We were the first to break the story about the FBI investigating several police officers.
Idaho Dispatch covered other stories about Lt. Joey Hoadley who is facing a misdemeanor charge for “deprivation of rights,” as well as former Chief Frank Wyant and Captain Devin Riley’s offices being empty after being asked to resign by Mayor Jarom Wagoner. The city of Caldwell announced Wyant’s retirement yesterday.
After months of coverage, one of our sources agreed to go on camera and speak out about what they believe is really happening inside Caldwell’s police department.
The source you will see in this video has asked that their identity be concealed because they fear retaliation for speaking with Idaho Dispatch.
Please note that the views and opinions expressed by the source we interviewed are solely that of the person making them. They do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of those at the Idaho Dispatch.
Additionally, all people are innocent until proven guilty. Any allegations of criminal conduct or wrongdoing are just that, allegations. They do not represent guilt.
The goal of doing this interview is to give an individual with direct knowledge an opportunity to speak where they may not feel the ability to do so without concealing their identity. Idaho Dispatch is trying to bring the public as much information about the Caldwell situation as possible and will sit down with those who may disagree with what this source has to say.
You can watch our exclusive sneak peek with one of our sources below.
Tags: Adam Matthews, Caldwell, Caldwell Police Department, Devin Riley, Frank Wyant, Garret Nancolas, Idaho, Jarom Wagoner, Joey Hoadley, Ryan Bendewald