|Published: 11:52 AM, 06/25/2012
||Last updated: 11:55 AM, 06/25/2012
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
MADISONVILLE-A Monroe County jailer who
was fired after he allegedly brought tobacco and methamphetamine to
inmates at the jail had two charges against him dropped after he
pleaded to a third in Monroe County General Sessions Court.
Thomas Matthew Grande, 44, no address
available, was fired on April 10 after Detective Doug Brannon filed
warrants saying he would bring meth into the jail by concealing it in
tobacco products and pass it along to inmates in the jail
Monroe County Sheriff's Office
Detective and Public Information Officer Jennifer Bledsoe said the
incident was looked into on April 10 and by the end of the day,
Grande had been fired and arrested.
See full story in the Sunday, June 24, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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