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Former Tattnall deputy pleads guilty to meth sales
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A Claxton man who worked as a sheriff’s deputy in a neighboring county recently pleaded guilty to meth distribution charges in a federal hearing in Statesboro. According to a statement released by Edward J. Tarver, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Georgia, former Tattnall County sheriff’s Deputy Ramsey Collins Arnold, 26, faced Senior U.S. District Court Judge B. Avant Edenfield last week and pleaded guilty to dealing methamphetamine. Evidence showed Arnold began stealing drugs from the evidence room in the Tattnall County Sheriff’s Office in 2011, while serving as a deputy.
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