Jeff Treu Caught Not Being Treu-thful

| June 15, 2020 | 34 Comments

The AntelopeCountyNews reports that Jeff Treu has just been sentenced for lying to ATF agents.

You may recall our post last year on Jeff Treu:  Jeff Treu – Fake Marine Corps Veteran

Treu eventually resigned from his position as police chief over the incident last year.

Well, he’s back in the news again…

Jeff Treu Sentenced After Lying To ATF Agents

A former Antelope County deputy, who most recently served as the Wisner police chief, was sentenced to probation this week, according to United States Attorney Joe Kelly.

Jeffrey Treu was ordered to serve 12 months probation and pay a $1,000 fine and a $100 special assessment for making a false statement to a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) agent, the press release stated.

Senior United States District Judge Laurie Smith Camp handed down the sentence on Monday.

In 2007, Treu failed to return a firearm after leaving his position with the Antelope County Sheriff’s Office, the United States Attorney’s office said.

The sheriff’s office discovered the gun was missing from its inventory last year. After learning the weapon was missing, the sheriff’s office contacted the ATF.

The US Attorney’s office stated that Treu lied to authorities when questioned about the weapon. Treu told them he had returned the weapon. ATF agents were given contradictory statements, but Treu later admitted to lying to investigators and then led investigators to the weapon which was found at his home, according to the press release.

This case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives.

There is a similar article by the NorfolkDailyNews.

Former Wisner police chief sentenced for lying to investigators

I wonder what his story was – that he took the weapon as a souvenir?

 

Category: Marine Corps Poser, Valor Vultures

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  1. Roh-Dog says:

    Good job, f-cko!
    Enjoy your time in Federal PITA Prison!
    Time to prepare the circular file of ‘happy places’!

    • Hondo says:

      Sadly, it doesn’t look like he’ll be doing any time. Per the quoted article, his sentence was fines and probation only.

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        I bet he’ll fuck up yet again and become the “Property” of Bubba, Thor, Julio and “Tiny Tyrone” but in the meantime I’m sure that Jeff Treu will continue to discover the Power of Google®™ as Jeff Treu realizes that THE INTERNET IS FOREVER.

  2. Comm Center Rat says:

    Another shitbag former LEO who gets a slap on the wrist. I’m sure his pension is secure and he’ll be able to buy lots more USMC memorabilia to keep living his lies.

    • Roh-Dog says:

      12 month probation for theft of a firearm?!
      I shoulda looked it up before my comment, but here I was thinking the system took itself seriously.
      Any idea if he’ll be able to KABA after the ‘“punishment’”?
      Let’s hope turdsandwich here violates!

      • MI Ranger says:

        I’m sure he thought they gave it to him, since like that is what they do in the Marines right…ohh, wait! He was never in the Marines, and that is not what the US military does either.
        Well maybe it was because they never said he couldn’t keep it, and he mistook the gun the ATF was talking about for another one that he borrowed for a while but did not like. Any other things missing from the Sheriffs Office…he can keep the pens and Post-it notes!?!

        • Roh-Dog says:

          When my unit went through Stryker refit/reorg they offered to sell the rearmoryed M24 SWS that were almost A2’ed (with a can, I think), $12k (again, memory hazy).
          Other than the ex-wife, my single biggest regret not buying one.
          Occasionally they’ll sell surp at the unit level, but it’s rare.

  3. 5th/77th FA says:

    A sissy punk asinine piece of sh^t known to be a lying sack of sh^t caught in a lie? Where IS my shocked face?

    Probation? What an effin joke. Wonder what any of us would have gotten for the same crime?

    Cocksucker!

  4. Rock8 says:

    Once a liar, always a liar.

  5. Hack Stone says:

    The guy self identified as a Marine, What’s the big deal? Let he who has never falsely claimed military service cast the first grenade. It’s a damn shame that he wasn’t smart to keep some loser on staff who he could convince to go out and defend his claims like Phil Monkress did.

    *grin*

    • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

      “Let he who as never falsely claimed military cast the grenade.”
      Gimme that grenade, HS. I’m ready to THROW!

      • Hack Stone says:

        Get in line. Does it matter that Hack’s claim of being awarded the highly coveted and rarely awarded Precious Metals Recovery Expert Badge is not listed on his DD-214 place him in the Stolen Valor category? If so, he will have to resign his position as sales representative and Director Of Media Relations for a proud but humble woman owned business that sells software to the federal government and relocate to Merritt Island Florida. Word on the street is that Valor thieves are the elite down there.

      • 5th/77th FA says:

        Fire Mission, Fire Mission, Fire Mission!!!

        Hand Launched Artillery…Grenadiers to the front!

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        Gee whizzikers, Hack Stone, I don’t know what to tell you, other than I never did anything spectacular other than shoot photos, process film, mix chemistry, and work in the darkroom a lot. It was so peaceful in the darkroom: no bombs going off, no hand grenades making loud unpleasant noises, no demands for coffee….

        Life was good… and then, Phil Monkress came along and some idiot crashed his own airplane, and – well, it just hasn’t been the same since.

        • Hack Stone says:

          If it wasn’t for Phil Monkress, the Basket Of Deplorables, otherwise known as This Ain’t Hell regulars, never would know about lucky sperm, setting up proud but humble woman owned businesses that sell software to the federal government, and you don’t need a door on your mailbox in order to secure government contracts.
          By the way, isn’t it about six years ago this week that Phil Monkress resurrected his dormant thread and unleashed some loser on us?

          • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

            That must have ben the night he really splurged on some Night Train and MD 20/20 to go along with his usual T-Bird and Dutch Rudder Gang Cocktails made with some Name Brand Isopropyl Alcohol!

    • Hack Stone says:

      Dang! Hack needs to review before posting. Please do a pen and ink change to the following: “Let he who has never falsely claimed military service cast the first grenade.”

      Hack Stone Publishing regrets the error. Back in the day when Hack was younger, faster, and thinner, he had a side gig as the Shop Publications NCO. He still recalls the day he received a notice to do a pen and ink change on a microfiche. That took a steady hand.

  6. I wonder why, no not the Belmont’s I wonder why on Laurie 1958. Off on a tangent again, sorry. I wonder why he didn’t sing Untrue before the judge during sentencing. I emailed one of the Hofstra University DJ’s on what group sang Untrue since I’m too lazy to go through my CD’s where I have the song. Similar to Miss You by the Chords. Off on another tangent, Please forgive me. I got to get the straight jacket out of the closet and have my Sis zippo de zippo me up for five minutes.

  7. AW1Ed says:

    A liar, and now a convicted thief. Now there’s a bullet for the old resume.

  8. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Once a shitbird, always a shitbird.

    • Green Thumb says:

      Yeah.

      I clicked on his old link at checked out the pictures. I must admit I have never seen a Marine wear army buttons on a leather jacket. But who knows? Maybe I need to get out more. But the 5-gallon is a nice touch. Mix Harley with a little of the Marlboro Man. I wonder if clownboy here smokes? Cigarettes that is….

      Chief of Police? Really? Who the fuck appointed this clown? Can we say “Recall the Mayor”?

      Dude looks not only all felonious and shit, but semi-tough, goofy and utterly clueless as well.

      The ponytail is a nice touch. I wonder if he was going for that Mel Gibson “Lethal Weapon” look.

      What a felchinado.

  9. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Cocksucker.

  10. jarhead says:

    Selling software? Rather seriously doubt it. No, a__ clowns like him often end up working in children’s clothing stores, specializing in the sale of panties and little skivvies for three and four year olds. Guess what comes next? For the correct guess, the prize is a half-empty bottle of MD 20/20. As the David Lee Murphy song goes, “There might be a little dust on the bottle, but don’t let it fool ya about what’s inside”.

  11. 26Limabeans says:

    He got Dresden class firebombed in that TAH post
    from last year. Nice to see him here again.

  12. Mason says:

    Roger Stone got three years. The system’s rigged.

  13. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    He got a wrist slap? Only two categories: “example” and “useful”.

    He rolled. It was perceived to be useful.

    Otherwise he would be “example”.

  14. Green Thumb says:

    Let him go kick it with the tag team of Foley and Jowers.

    They need a sidekick.

    Or he could seek employment with Turd Bolling at Ambassador Worldwide Protection Agency (national and international).

    • Hack Stone says:

      The last time that Hack Stone saw such a jacked up website, it was for some lame ass proud but humble woman owned business that sold software to the Federal Government.

      Professional Security and Protection
      Ambassador Worldwide Protection Agency is a service-related business wherein the industry’s services and needs are among the fastest growing in the United States and the world abroad. The need for personal protective services and security alike has always existed, but the terrorist attack of September 11th, 2001 changed our world as we once knew it. It has changed forever the way Americans view their safety, security, and how the world does business.

      http://a-w-p-a.com

      • Hack Stone says:

        Ambassador Worldwide Protection Agency also provides the following services:

        Special Investigation Units
        Accident reconstruction, identity theft, insurance fraud, background investigations, personnel locator services (missing persons), private detectives, for criminal and civil matters, etc.

        Hack is tempted to reach out to them, since Jared Stern of Prudential Associates in Rockville, MD hasn’t done jack shit to bring Elaine Ricci back.

  15. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Jeffrey Treu = COCKSUCKER

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