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May 6, 2004

Atlanta - Baker County Sheriff Isaac Anderson is still under investigation.

The Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council, also known as POST, started an investigation last year when Anderson's federal charges were made public.

Although, Anderson was acquitted in October of lying to federal agents and making false statements, POST investigators may finally finish their investigation tomorrow. They are waiting on additional documents.

The findings will be turned over to a POST council. Council members can recommend if Anderson's certification stays, is suspended, put on probation or revoked.

The council will meet in June. Anderson is seeking re-election.

posted at 5:04PM by kathryn.simmons@walb.com