Bourbon County Jailer And Deputy Off The Job

The Bourbon County Jailer and his Chief Deputy are no longer on the job after being indicted.

The Herald-Leader is reporting Tony Horn and Sandy Dotson agreed to give up their jobs after being indicted on charges of tampering with physical evidence and official misconduct last week.

The agreement was the reason the two were not arrested according to court documents.

The charges stem from an investigation into the death of an inmate. Both continue to receive their pay checks, and they could be reinstated once the case plays out.


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  • by Robert Location: Penn. on Oct 19, 2008 at 08:43 AM
    I'm not suprised by this.I grew up in Paris and went back to visit friends this year.Has not changed a bit.It always depended on who you are or who you know.Has to be the most corrupt county in the state.People charged with felonies not arrested and people sitting in jail for minor crimes.
  • by Bill Location: Pike on Sep 17, 2008 at 04:50 AM
    Thats the way to do it,send them home and pay them.That should stop the torture,and death,in our jails.

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