A Birmingham corrections officer is behind bars after investigators say she assaulted an inmate.
Birmingham police Wednesday night announced the arrest of Lavetta Tywanna Brock. She is 40.
Lt.Print SAN DIEGO — A former San Diego County sheriff’s deputy sentenced to jail after admitted on-the-job misconduct with 16 women is poised to return to custody — again — after an appeal court found Monday he must return to jail to finish his sentence.Police officers were participating in a training exercise with non-lethal rounds Monday when authorities say Donald Patrick entered the CPD facility and pointed guns at officers.We rely on your support to make local news available to all Make your contribution now and help Gothamist thrive in 2022.
Rod Mauldin said the police department’s Internal Affairs Division was notified Sunday of an incident involving an assault committed by the officer on an inmate.Police officials took immediate action consistent with the department’s Use of Force Protocol and relieved Brock of her duties pending the internal probe.It’s the latest twist in a case that has sent Fischer behind bars for months at a time twice before.The finds led to criminal charges, Mauldin said.He’s expected in bond court Wednesday.No details have been released regarding the nature of the assault, the severity of the assault or the inmate.He was sentenced to 44 months in custody — although good behavior would cut that in half — and then another 16 months on supervised release.The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office issued a second-degree assault warrant against Brock.The incident occurred at the prison’s “restorative housing unit,” where prisoners are placed due to disciplinary reasons.
Brock was booked into the Jefferson County Jail at 6:44 p.He was released from jail after five months.A struggle ensued, ending with Patrick being shot by police and officers responding from elsewhere in the building.m.Wednesday.In the runup to the trial, Fischer was out on bail, had to wear a GPS and had to stay away from the victims in the case, but he was not required to stay home.Her bond is set at $15,000.“Live rounds are not in the guns at the time this person retrieves the guns on the table,” Brown said.Mauldin said Brock has been a corrections officer with the department since July 2021.Superior Court Judge Daniel Goldstein, who presided over the case, agreed with them.The indictment says officers conducted the extractions “with the purpose of punishing, intimidating, or terrorizing one or more inmates.
Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.Disclaimer.He went back to jail last November to start serving the time, but was released again in April pending the appeal.Patrick was taken to Stroger Hospital in good condition, police said.
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