Mayor Pro Tem faces charges after changing police department locks

| July 28, 2016

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THOMAS Co. – Meigs Mayor Pro Tem is facing charges out of two different counties for changing locks on a government building.

According to officials, Jimmy Layton changed the locks on the Meigs Police Department building Tuesday morning. Since that building holds “Georgia Crime Information Center” information, Layton is not authorized to change the locks.

Layton turned himself in Tuesday night in Thomas County and was charged with interference of government property. Layton also faces an obstruction charge out of Mitchell County related to his arrest.

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  1. what no way says:

    another egomaniac