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Friday, June 16, 2017

Gov suspends Georgia sheriff accused of exposing himself

A Georgia sheriff accused of exposing himself in an Atlanta park and running from a police officer has been suspended for 40 days.

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal issued an executive order Monday suspending DeKalb County Sheriff Jeffrey Mann from duty, starting Tuesday.

Mann was arrested after a police officer allegedly saw him masturbating in Piedmont Park on May 6. Mann is said to have flashed his private parts and then led the bike cop on a foot chase through Midtown Atlanta before he was finally apprehended, according to The Atlanta-Journal Constitution.



Jr said...

If he was white he would have been removed from his job immediately and permanently

Anonymous said...

6:21 is absolutely correct. Let's hope the good governor is being cautious and going by the book so this guy will not serve another day on the job. The defendant does have a good defense though, he can't help it. This behavior is in his DNA.

Anonymous said...

Consider that he may have been undercover and his creds (badge etc.) were concealed there.

Anonymous said...

6:58, yeah ok.

Anonymous said...

Worked for bobby jones in somerset county. Hickman did NOTHING.