A Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy has been arrested for allegedly bringing contraband into a jail.
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A Douglas County sheriff’s deputy has been arrested for allegedly bringing contraband into a jail.
Deputy Carley Jackson, 25, was charged with bribery, attempt to influence a public servant, first degree official misconduct, conspiracy and introducing contraband in the second degree.
Jackson, who was fired from the sheriff’s office, posted a $10,000 bond and was set to appear in court today. Her next hearing is set for June 30.
The allegations were brought to the sheriff’s office on May 25 and the arrest was made May 31.
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