(KCEN) -- After only two weeks as Nolanville's Fire Chief, James Potter is under investigation.
Last year, the city's Fire Chief Lucas Reynolds left town after thousands of dollars went unaccounted for.
Officers took Potter to the Bell County Jail last Thursday for driving on a suspended license.
The Central Bell Fire Department's interim chief said Potter went to the city's police station to pick up fire equipment last week.
As part of standard procedure, the cops ran a background check that showed Potter had a suspended license.
Officers saw that he was driving the fire department's vehicle and arrested him.
Interim Chief Jason Worsdale said the whole thing resulted from a glitch in the system.
Potter received a speeding ticket in December of 2009 in Tennessee, and paid it in March of 2010.
But according to Interim Chief Worsdale, that information was lost in the system between New York, where his license is from and Tennessee, where he received the ticket.
Interim Chief Worsdale said Potter's license is no longer suspended, however Potter is still under investigation at this time.