October 14, 2002
Grady County - More changes at the Grady County Jail. The jail administrator, 67-year-old Freddie Bryant, decided to retire after Sheriff Snooks Green decided to move him to another department.
A grand jury recently asked the jail to make administration and building changes. Since then, windows have been fixed to eliminate items coming into the jail and added employee training.
The Sheriff's Office Chief Investigator, Lieutenant Scott Newberry, is now the jail administrator.
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