KING CITY, Calif.-- A story of alleged police corruption that's getting national attention after 6 King City Police Officers were arrested of an alleged organized embezzlement operation. After Tuesday's pre-dawn sweep stunned Monterey County, people living in King City have begun calling the Monterey County District Attorney's office.

The King City Police station is open, but aside from all the happy pictures of the police force hanging on the lobby walls, everything has changed. None of the remaining officers are giving any statements.

"They have police officers down there who are very good. Those officers should not be lumped together with anyone else that was arrested," said Monterey County Chief Assistant District Attorney, Terry Spitz.

The district attorney's office is fielding calls left and right from concerned king city residents, and even those who think they may be victims.

"We have been getting calls, and we have been following up on each of the calls," said Spitz.

The district attorney's office can't discuss the specifics of any of the claims.

Employees say Brian Miller was not at Miller Towing today. They say the owner was not arrested, and they are confident the truth will come out. Terry Spitz confirmed that Brian Miller wasn't arrested, but he's not off the hook. He was still booked, but asked voluntarily to come down to the jail.

"We have been in touch with his attorney and we are assured there will be peacefully surrender. We do have the paperwork for an arrest warrant ready to go if need be," said Spitz.

The D.A.'s office did not want to release the details on the agreement they made with Brian Miller.

"He can keep operating as far as we are concerned as long as its in a legal manner," said Spitz.
KING CITY, Calif.-- A story of alleged police corruption that's getting national attention after 6 King City Police Officers were arrested of an alleged organized embezzlement operation. After Tuesday's pre-dawn sweep stunned Monterey County, people living in King City have begun calling the Monterey County District Attorney's office.

The King City Police station is open, but aside from all the happy pictures of the police force hanging on the lobby walls, everything has changed. None of the remaining officers are giving any statements.

"They have police officers down there who are very good. Those officers should not be lumped together with anyone else that was arrested," said Monterey County Chief Assistant District Attorney, Terry Spitz.

The district attorney's office is fielding calls left and right from concerned king city residents, and even those who think they may be victims.

"We have been getting calls, and we have been following up on each of the calls," said Spitz.

The district attorney's office can't discuss the specifics of any of the claims.

Employees say Brian Miller was not at Miller Towing today. They say the owner was not arrested, and they are confident the truth will come out. Terry Spitz confirmed that Brian Miller wasn't arrested, but he's not off the hook. He was still booked, but asked voluntarily to come down to the jail.

"We have been in touch with his attorney and we are assured there will be peacefully surrender. We do have the paperwork for an arrest warrant ready to go if need be," said Spitz.

The D.A.'s office did not want to release the details on the agreement they made with Brian Miller.

"He can keep operating as far as we are concerned as long as its in a legal manner," said Spitz.