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A Portage County jail corrections officer is now a former corrections officer -- and facing felony assault charges in connection with injuries to an inmate.
Sheriff David Doak says Connie Sutton of Akron was fired from her job on being indicted on one count of felonious assault after an incident at the jail between Sutton and 23-year old Holly Anderson or Ravenna Township.
A news release from the Sheriff says Anderson required transport for injuries requiring treatment after the alleged incident with Sutton.
Sutton turned herself in and was arraigned this morning, according to the Sheriff's Department, and posted $50,000 personal recognizance bond. She was told not to have any contact with inmates at the jail or any witnesses in the case.
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(Portage County Sheriff) Sheriff David W. Doak announced today the arrest of Connie Y. Sutton from Akron, Ohio. Sutton, who was a Corrections Officer at the Portage County Jail, was indicted by the Portage County Grand Jury on June 21, 2012 on one count of Felonious Assault, a 2nd degree felony. The charge stems from an incident at the Portage County Jail between Sutton and a female inmate, Holly Anderson, age 23 of Ravenna Township. As a result of that incident, Anderson was transported to Robinson Memorial Hospital where she was treated for her injuries and released.
On today’s date, Sutton turned herself in with her attorney at the Portage County Jail where she was booked and subsequently arraigned in the Portage County Common Please Court where she was released on a $50,000 personal recognizance bond with conditions of no contact with any inmates at the jail facility or other witnesses in the case. No further court dates have been set.
As a result of the investigation, Sutton’s employment at the Portage County Jail has been terminated
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