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Calhoun Co. EMS, 911 Director bonds out of jail

(Source: Calhoun County Jail) (Source: Calhoun County Jail)
CALHOUN CO., GA (WALB) -

Susan English-Slappey has bonded out of jail after she was arrested Tuesday, and booked in the Calhoun County Jail.

Decatur County District Attorney Joseph Mulholland tells us English-Slappey had access to inmates during their work details, and was paid to give them contraband to take inside the Calhoun State Prison.

A task force with the Georgia Department of corrections raided her home in Edison Tuesday morning.

Right now, the proposed charges against her include violating oath of office, and furnishing contraband to inmates.

Her case will go before a grand jury in the next few months.

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