Top Cop Involved In Chris Brown’s Probation Case Quits


The controversy surrounding Chris Brown’s alleged community service work continues.

According to TMZ, Bryan Norwood, the Chief of the Probation Department in Richmond, Virginia has reached a “mutual agreement” with the Mayor of Richmond to vacate his post. The police chief was at the center of the controversy in Brown’s probation case, as he was in charge of supervising the community work the singer allegedly performed in Richmond.

The officer was the one who signed off on the hours of work that are now being questioned by the Los Angeles County D.A’s office.

The L.A. prosecutors have argued that the singer falsified records of community labor, which is a violation of his probation in regards to the 2009 assault of Rihanna.

Just last week, Brown was accompanied to court by Rihanna to fight the allegations coming from the L.A. District Attorney’s office.

Photos from left: David McNew/Getty Images, Courtesy City of Richmond