published Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Murray County officers on paid leave during GBI investigation

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    Former Chief Magistrate Bryant Cochran and Angela Garmley. Garmley's accusations against Cochran initiated a state investigation that led to the judge's resignation.
    Photo by Contributed Photo /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

MURRAY COUNTY, GA. — Two Murray County officers are on paid leave, pending the results of a GBI investigation into the arrest of the accuser of a local judge.

Chief Deputy Ray Sitton tells Channel 3 Captain Michael Henderson and Officer Josh Greeson have been placed on paid leave while the GBI conducts an investigation into the arrest of Angela Garmley on a drug charge.

Garmley, who accuses now former Chief Magistrate Judge Bryant Cochran of asking for sex while working on her case, was arrested August 14.

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