BRUSLY, LA (WAFB) - Voters in Brusly have two candidates to choose from for their new police chief.
The youngest of the two candidates is Jonathan Lefeaux. He is a life-long resident of Brusly and has worked in law enforcement for 15 years. He is currently a lieutenant with the Port Allen City Marshals office.
Paul Marionneaux is 47 years old. He is also a life-long resident of Brusly and has worked in law enforcement for 30 years. He is currently the interim assistant police chief for Brusly.
"I felt like now was the time," said Paul Marionneaux. "I think I have a lot to offer, I think I'm qualified for the job and I look forward to serving the people of Brusly."
"I plan to be 100 percent dedicated to the police department and the town," said Jonathan Lefeaux. "I want to be able to work with the business owners here, the youth and the elderly."
The department currently has an interim chief. Jamie Whaley, the former police chief, was arrested on theft and forgery charges.
The polls open Tuesday at 6 a.m. For more information on what's on the ballot and where to go, check out the vote Louisiana section on our website.