New court documents raise even more concerns and questions about when Sedgwick County Jail officials learned about alleged sexual abuses by a jail deputy, and what they did about them. The documents claim that the Sheriff’s Office was made aware of the deputy’s alleged predatory actions as early as April 29, yet nothing was done until after an inmate allegedly was sodomized on June 3. Is that true? How were the allegations handled? The abuse allegedly began on April 11 and involved six victims. If so, how was it able to continue so long?
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