Friday, February 09, 2007

Corrections Worker Faces Drug Charge

Montgomery Advertiser

WETUMPKA -- Members of the Elmore County Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force, along with Department of Corrections personnel, arrested a Corrections worker on drug charges, officials say.

Marvin Earl Jones, 310 N. Broad St., has been charged with first-degree possession of marijuana, according to a statement issued Thursday by Elmore County District Attorney Randall V. Houston.

He was arrested Tuesday at his Wetumpka home. Jones is employed by the Department of Corrections, but the district attorney's office could not name the facility where Jones works.

I wonder about the mentality of a person who spends his days guarding those in prison for possession of marijuana and yet goes home and uses marijuana. What kind of a person does that?

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