Prescott Valley, Arizona's Chief of police can't find his gun.  According to Fox 10 Phoenix, Police Chief Bryan Jarrell visited the bathroom after a town council meeting at the public library.  He changed clothes in the stall, and that was the last time he remembered having it.  He didn't notice that is was missing for 4 days, but as soon as he did - he reported it.  After a search, the Prescott Valley Police Department is turning to the public to help them.  They are asking anyone who sees an all black Glock 19 9mm pistol with the serial number of YHC 944 to contact authorities immediately.  The gun has been missing for 12 days now.

According to his bio - Chief Jarrell graduated summa cum laude from Eastern Michigan University with a degree in Criminal Justice, and has 28 years of law enforcement experience.  Although he has an impeccable service record from what I could find, his tenure isn't with out turmoil.  The Prescott Daily Courier reported in August of 2016 that his resignation was called for by Prescott Valley Town Council member Steve Marshall. Marshall contends that the Chief was trying to influence elections based on criticizing remarks about tax issues Jarrel made to local papers.