Sunday, August 26, 2012

Ethics Commission Visits Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office

It would appear a clean, cool breeze has been left in the aftermath of recent storms created by approximately a dozen letters sent to various state agencies. One recipient, the Alabama Ethics Commission paid the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office a visit last week.

Reportedly, there will several policy changes within the office as a result of the visit. We've not been able to obtain a copy of the letter from a member of the department; however, we're still trying and will publish the contents upon receipt.


Our source in Ronnie Willis' office has stated there are currently six law suits against the Lauderdale sheriff. We're in the process of verifying the suits and their contents. One suit has been filed by Florence Detention Center employee Kelly Pitts who claims he was asked to work overtime hours but not paid.

We welcome any comment from Sheriff Willis.


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