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6 refuse drug test in county work camp

Warden: There was no fight, but inmates caused 'general disturbance'

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6 refuse drug test in county work camp

Clockwise, from top left: German Cameron, Mitchell Delaney, Michael Dennison, Watson Thad Waters, Dylan James Moore and Adam Joseph Miles

Six men transferred into the Bulloch County Correctional Institute last week face additional charges after refusing to submit to a drug test.

There was no fight, but a "general disturbance" was caused when one man refused to submit to the test and would not sign papers, then five others followed suit, said BCCI Warden Chris Hill.

German Cameron, 35, of the Bulloch County Correctional Institute, was charged with obstruction, while five others were charged with felony obstruction and riot in a penal institution, according to Bulloch County Jail records. They were Mitchell Delaney, 30, of Schmitt Road in Rossville; Michael Dennison, 36, of Standfill Road in Fayetteville; Adam Joseph Miles, 38, of Fieldrock Way in Lawrenceville; Dylan James Moore, 20, of Keys Lane in Hephzibah; and Watson Thad Waters, 45, of Lee Road in Pembroke, Hill said.

Usual punishment for such crimes includes being segregated from others and being placed in isolation, as well as the normal consequences for commission of the crimes that were added to each inmate's record, he said.

Hill said no one was injured in the incident.



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