A fire chief in Tennessee has been indicted for theft and official misconduct.

A grand jury indicted Jeremy Dale Rominger, Chief of the Calhoun Rural Fire Department, for stealing a cellar nozzle, valued at $700, while on the job that belongs to Bradley County Fire and Rescue, according to the official indictment from Bradley County.

Rominger was taken into custody Tuesday. His bond is set at $5,000.

It is not known if Rominger is still the chief of the Calhoun Rural Fire Department.

Channel 3 will keep you updated as we learn more.