Bibb Deputy arrested and fired for aggravated assault charge
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMTG) – A Bibb County Sheriff’s Deputy is now out of a job and in custody after an aggravated assault that reportedly happened over the weekend.
The victim, 25 year-old Michael Hodges and his nephews were inside a Citgo on Rocky Creek Road buying Tobacco products.
It was at that instance that Deputy Albert Jordan confronted Hodges for not showing his ID to the clerk. Jordan was off duty and in plain clothes.
But he began to get physical with Hodges grabbing him by the neck and pushing him against the glass booth.
The incident was investigated by BCSO’s Criminal Investigative Division and led to them putting out a warrant for his arrest.
The warrant claims that Jordan choked Hodges, pulled his gun out and pointed it at Hodges.
Jordan was booked at the BCSO Law Enforcement Center and his bond is set at $27,000. He was subsequently fired by Sheriff David Davis early Thursday afternoon.