By: Blake Montgomery
A married Texas police chief was arrested Thursday for allegedly faking an annulment document to trick his mistress into believing they would soon be wed. When she tried to verify the document, she went viral and discovered he was dating yet another woman who was not his wife.
After a series of twists fit for a soap opera, former Stinnett chief of police Jason Collier, a 41-year-old ordained minister who is married with four children, is charged with tampering with a government document with the intent to defraud, a felony, according to local station KACR.
The Stinnett city government had placed him on administrative leave Wednesday, and his resignation followed shortly after, according to multiple posts on Facebook by city authorities. He has bonded out of jail.