Georgia deputies arrested in beating of Black inmate that 'shocked the conscience,' officials say
Three former Georgia sheriff's deputies were arrested and charged for allegedly beating a Black inmate in a videotaped September attack that "shocked the
Three former Georgia sheriff's deputies were arrested and charged for allegedly beating a Black inmate in a videotaped September attack that "shocked the conscience," authorities said Tuesday.
Mason Garrick, 23, Braxton Massey, 21, and Ryan Biegel, 24, were taken into custody and charged with battery and violating the oath of office, Georgia Bureau of Investigation Director Michael Register announced.
They had already been fired by the Camden County Sheriff’s Office prior to their arrests.
"There is a sacred and fragile trust that exists between law enforcement the communities that we serve," Register told reporters. "This trust must be protected and preserved."
3 former Georgia sheriff’s deputies arrested in connection to beating of Black inmateNov. 22, 202201:46All three have been booked into the Camden County Public Safety Complex, online records show. They are each being held on a $10,000 bond. Attorney information was not available for them.