Bibb County Sheriff Deputy indicted on child molestation charges

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A Bibb County Sheriff’s deputy was indicted by a Bibb County Superior Court grand jury, Tuesday.

Kenneth Brown was indicted on child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes, two counts of aggravated assault, DUI, and two counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony charges.

Brown was fired by Bibb County Sheriff David Davis in July.

At that time, the former Bibb County Sheriff’s Deputy had multiple suspensions within nine years.

Those suspensions include, sleeping in his patrol car, taking his patrol car to his Jones County home without permission.
He also had an altercation with Jones County deputies in 2009, after his son was arrested.

“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 in a previous interview.

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 added. “I made my decision based on the charges that were brought forth yesterday. 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.”

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