How did they do it? We received a print out yesterday of Jonathan David Stebbins arrests. What is interesting is that none of his arrests during the time that Stebbins worked for Sheriff Franklin as a Corrections Officer showed up on the state-wide printout.
was arrested in Limestone County, a few times before and during his
employment with the MCSO. Beginning in December 13, 2012 to the time he
resigned his position as a Corrections Officer on February 4, 2013, none
of his arrests were recorded in the state-wide database. Matter of fact
we believe he was in jail in Limestone County on his first day of work.
We have articles of some of the arrests below. In addition we were
informed by a reliable source that Sheriff Franklin told them that if
they had problems with Stebbins' absence during the time he was in jail
they were to call her personally.
The document below
reflects some of Stebbins arrests but not all of them. The funny thing
about the missing arrests is that they happen to be the arrests for
burglary(s) and contempt during the time frame Stebbins worked for
Sheriff Franklin in the Morgan County Jail. If we are not mistaken all
arrests must be recorded whether they are adjudicated, dismissed, or the
person is indicted by a grand jury. Maybe Sheriff Blakely can tell us
why Stebbins arrests are missing from the records. We need to ask the DA
how the rest of the folks in Morgan and Limestone County can get a deal
like that. I am sure there is a lot of people who would love to make
their arrests go away.