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Sun Dec 1, 2019, 07:46 AM

Game of dare, horseplay with Tasers, poor supervision: Jailer misconduct detailed by Sheriff's

Game of dare, horseplay with Tasers, poor supervision: Jailer misconduct detailed by Sheriff’s Office, 2 supervisors


Recently reported misconduct of Hall County Jail employees included improper use of a Taser and a game of dare that led to sexual misconduct between employees, The Times learned Saturday.

Neither of the supervisors, Lt. Ken Nix and Sgt. Andrew Ondo, were involved in the sexual misconduct, although they did not properly supervise the employees, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Inmates were not involved, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

A statement from Lt. Greg Cochran obtained by The Times Saturday offers clarification on the investigation by the Sheriff’s Office that led to the resignation of six jail employees and the suspension of two employees. The Sheriff’s Office had previously declined to specify which employees were accused of which infraction.

The employees involved, who all worked the same night shift, were:

Deputy Randall Norton, resigned during pre-termination hearing

Jailer Dani Colella, resigned during pre-termination hearing

Jailer Christopher Smith, resigned during pre-termination hearing

Deputy Daniel Harris, suspended five days

Jailer Kingston Morris, suspended two days

Jailer Alexis Mitchell, resigned while under investigation

Sgt. Andrew Ondo, resigned while under investigation

Lt. Ken Nix, retired/resigned

Read more: https://www.gainesvilletimes.com/news/public-safety/game-of-dare-horseplay-with-tasers-poor-supervision-jailer-misconduct-detailed-by-sheriffs-office-2-supervisors/

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