The Idaho Dispatch has learned through multiple sources that the offices of Caldwell Police Chief Frank Wyant and Captain Devin Riley are “vacant.”
Last week Idaho Dispatch learned from multiple sources that Wyant was asked to resign by Caldwell’s new Mayor Jarom Wagoner. However, it was unclear why Wagoner had asked Wyant to resign or if Wyant had accepted the request.
Now, those sources say that Wyant and Riley’s offices have been cleared out, but did not comment on if it was related to Wagoner’s request.
Idaho Dispatch contacted Caldwell Lt. David Wright to comment on why the offices were vacant. Wright told Idaho Dispatch that Wyant was a “current employee of our department.”
On a follow-up question, Dispatch asked Wright, “But you don’t know if his office is empty?”
Wright responded saying,
I know he’s a current employee of our department. That’s all we’re going to stipulate right now.
Over the last few months, Idaho Dispatch has been working on several stories about the city of Caldwell, based on several tips given to us by those close to the situation.
Idaho Dispatch first learned that the FBI was investigating several police officers in the Caldwell P.D. That story led to numerous other tips and sources disclosing stories to Idaho Dispatch, which we are working to verify at this time.
From those tips, Idaho Dispatch has been working on investigating numerous other tips regarding the situation in Caldwell.
If you have any additional information for Idaho Dispatch regarding alleged corruption inside the city of Caldwell, or any government agency in Idaho, please submit your tip to email@example.com.
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