Case file reveals fired Bibb deputy suspended multiple times

Case file reveals fired Bibb deputy suspended multiple times

Former Bibb deputy Kenneth Brown had several suspensions during his time as a Macon police officer.
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Personnel files show the former Bibb County deputy accused of molesting a 14-year-old girl had a history of misconduct when he was a Macon Police officer.

Kenneth Brown had multiple suspensions in nine years.

That's what 41NBC uncovered about the former Bibb County deputy.

According to Macon Police records, Brown had a history of disciplinary action.

His most recent, a five day suspension for sleeping in his patrol car in 2013.

His longest came in 2012, adding up to 20 days after he took his patrol car, without permission, back to his Jones County home after several written reprimands.

Another infraction points to an altercation Brown had with deputies at the Jones County Sheriff's Office back in 2009 after his son was arrested.

He was suspended several days for that incident.

"When the wrong doing is found out, we're going to take the appropriate action and do what we can," Bibb Sheriff David Davis said on Wednesday.

41NBC spoke with Davis about Brown's firing. He says he won't stand for deputy misconduct.

"If any deputy does violate the law or policy, we're going to do everything that we can to have them removed from our office," Davis said.

The sheriff's office has had several different deputy involved incidents in the last few weeks.

Brown's alleged involvement with a 14-year-old girl forced Sheriff Davis to take swift action.

"I made my decision based on the charges that were brought forth yesterday," Davis said.

"I want the people to know that law enforcement is going to do the right thing, and that I'm not going to tolerate any of our deputies breaking the law," he said.

Brown is charged with enticing a child for indecent purposes, child molestation, two counts of aggravated assault, a gun charge, and violation of oath.

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