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Jailer fired; no reason given, yet

November 27, 2013

    The Adams County Commissioners conducted both an executive session Tuesday morning and a special session Tuesday afternoon in Adams County Circuit Court to consider terminating the employment of an individual with the Adams County Sheriff’s Department.
    By unanimous vote, the commissioners determined to terminate the employment of James McCullough, a former jail officer with the sheriff’s department. The reason for McCullough’s termination was not disclosed during Tuesday’s special session, but Adams County Attorney Mark Burry indicated written findings detailing specifics of the termination will be released “within a week to 10 days.”
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