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Tennessee Jail Supervisor Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements to the FBI

 

The intelligence agency news Justice Department announced that Gary Ola, 54, a sergeant at the Cheatham County Jail in Ashland City, Tennessee, pleaded guilty late yesterday to two counts of making false statements to FBI agents.

Ola was indicted on June 26 and the charges resulted from false statements about his knowledge of an incident in which another corrections officer used a Taser to stun a restrained detainee inside the Cheatham County Jail.  The other corrections officer was charged in a separate indictment with two counts of deprivation of rights under color of law and two counts of obstruction of justice and his trial is set for early 2019. He is presumed innocent until proven guilty. Read more

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Tennessee Jail Supervisor Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements to the FBI

The Justice Department announced that Gary Ola, 54, a sergeant at the Cheatham County Jail in Ashland City, Tennessee, pleaded guilty late yesterday to two counts of making false statements to FBI agents.

Tennessee Jail Supervisor Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements to the FBI

The Justice Department announced that Gary Ola, 54, a sergeant at the Cheatham County Jail in Ashland City, Tennessee, pleaded guilty late yesterday to two counts of making false statements to FBI agents.

Tennessee Jail Supervisor Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements to the FBI

The Justice Department announced that Gary Ola, 54, a sergeant at the Cheatham County Jail in Ashland City, Tennessee, pleaded guilty late yesterday to two counts of making false statements to FBI agents.

Tennessee Jail Supervisor Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements to the FBI

The Justice Department announced that Gary Ola, 54, a sergeant at the Cheatham County Jail in Ashland City, Tennessee, pleaded guilty late yesterday to two counts of making false statements to FBI agents.