A Georgia policeman whose deputies mount accused of sexually assaulting several students during a large high school drug hunt was dangling by the state’s administrator Monday.
Gov. Nathan Deal released an executive order that immediately relieved Worth County Sheriff Jeff Hobby of his duties, arguing that gripping him on would “adversely impact” the firmness of the county’s law enforcement.
Hobby’s cessation comes after he systematic an allegedly “warrantless” drug hunt at the Worth County High School on Apr 14, according to a sovereign lawsuit filed by the Southern Center for Human Rights of Georgia.
In response to a thievery spree, Hobby’s deputies placed the school on close down for several hours and systematic 900 students to mount widespread eagle in the gym — even yet they were just looking for 13 students in particular. The deputies proceeded to examine students’ “breasts and genitals” and “inserted fingers inside girls’ bras,” according to the lawsuit.
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Hobby and two of his deputies have been slammed with a series of charges, including defilement of promise by a open officer, fake seizure and passionate battery.
The students were ashamed by the experience, according to the suit, which is seeking class-action standing and a jury hearing to establish damages.
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