A corrections officer with the Jackson County Correctional Institute has been arrested for allegedly selling tobacco to an inmate.
Timothy William Moody, 27, 216 Brookwood Ave., Commerce, was charged with crossing guard line with contraband and violation of oath of public officer.
The arrest came after an internal investigation by the Georgia Department of Corrections. The investigator reported that the officer had allegedly brought tobacco across the guard line and taken money for it.
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