Former Odessa animal control manager Jacqueline Adimare was investigated for four possible violations in January, according to internal investigation documents obtained by Local 2/Fox 24.

Adimare resigned on March 27 shortly before an announcement came that she was placed on administrative leave March 31, according to city officials.

Authorities say she was placed on leave due to a “personnel” issue but declined to comment further. Police could not confirm that Adimare was involved in a criminal investigation. Odessa police said Tuesday afternoon that no warrants had been issued for Adimare.

The alleged employee policy violations that Adimare was investigated for in January include:

– Availability on-duty

– Personal business on-duty

– Unsatisfactory performance

– Supervisory accountability

These violations were reported on January 10, 2017, according to internal investigation documents obtained by Local 2/Fox 24. The documents state that as of March 30, 2017, these four reported violations were still being investigated internally and results had not been listed.

Stay with Local 2/Fox 24 as we continue to gather details regarding this story.