|Updated: 9/27/2012 9:53 am
||Published: 9/26/2012 6:04 pm
Some serious allegations were made during a city council meeting in a Mayes County town last week.
Former Locust Grove Assistant Police Chief Zeb Rone was on the agenda Monday, but when he got up to speak he called out the police chief for unethical behavior.
Rone claimed the chief bragged about having photos of naked women on his work phone and smoking K2.
After those comments Rone resigned.
FOX23’s Dontaye Carter spoke to the Rone by phone Wednesday afternoon. He said before he left people should know what was going on within the police department.
"Not just the council but the whole city needed to hear what was going on with the department," said Rone. "The K2 and the moral issues with the females."
From his home in Arkansas the former police chief said he never saw Locust Grove Police Chief Wade Henderson do the things he spoke about last Monday but says the chief always bragged about it to him.
"Did you ever talk to him about those before this meeting?" asked Dontaye Carter.
"I said on a couple of occasion I didn't want to be apart of this," relied Rone.
"It's pretty disconcerting when it just comes up out the blue," said Locust Grove City Attorney Tammy Ward.
She told FOX23 there have not been any complaints filed against Henderson.
"His employment was on the agenda," said Ward.
She adds Rone's performance on the job was under review. She says he decided to resign instead.
"I think he has some ulterior motives in the comments he made to kind of throw someone under the bus on his way out the door," said Ward.
But Rone disagrees.
"It's not that I'm after the chief or anything like that,” said Rone. “In that type of atmosphere, in that type of job there's a code of ethics you have to take."
The city says it investigates all claims that come in. But city officials say they have yet to see any real evidence of any wrongdoing.