Two guards at D. Ray James jail in Folkston are charged in indictments with accepting bribes to smuggle prohibited gadgets to inmates.
Tyre Holzendorf of St. Marys and Glynn Allen Sea Jr. each appeared earlier than U.S. Justice of the Peace R. Stan Baker Wednesday, entered not responsible pleas and have been allowed to stay free on $15,000 bonds secured by their fathers.
Holzendorf is accused of accepting $200 on Feb. 22 and $four hundred on March 14 by way of digital transfers of funds, the indictment says. He’s charged with two counts of accepting bribes as a public official.
Sea, who has a Reidsville handle, is charged with three counts of accepting bribes.
The indictment says he accepted bribes of $1,000 between November and December of 2016 in Charlton County, $250 on Dec. 28, 2016, in Wayne County and $500 on Jan. 2 in Camden County.
Assistant U.S. Lawyer Jennifer Kirkland advised the courtroom that if convicted the 2 males face attainable penalties of 15 years in jail, $250,000 fines and three years probation.
Kirkland additionally informed the courtroom that among the many proof are surveillance movies and inmate interviews.
The indictment didn’t specify what kind of contraband the 2 defendants have been requested to convey into the power.
Terry Dickson: (912) 264-0405