(KCEN) -- The suspect in the Little River-Academy Police Chief shooting has a history in law enforcement.
Police records show that David Risner was a former officer in Van Zandt County, Texas.
The records show that he was a police officer for 17 years, and also served as a jailer for almost a year and a half. It lists four different police departments as well as the Van Zandt Sheriff's Department.
His service history:
Peace Officer: Grand Saline Police Department - 7 years, 11months Peace Officer:
Gun Barrel City Police Department - 1 monthPeace Officer:
Edgewood Police Department - 3 years, 4 monthsPeace Officer:
Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office - 2 years, 4 monthsPeace
Officer: Gun Barrel City Police Department - 3 years, 2 months Peace Officer:
Edgewood Police Department - 4 monthsPeace Officer:
Wills Point Police Department - 3 monthsJailer:
Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office - 1 year, 5 months
Risner was arrested Thursday after allegedly shooting and killing Little River-Academy Police Chief Lee Dixon.
He was booked in the Bell County Jail and charges are still pending.