Former Undersheriff Tim Albin, who resigned effective April 30 after a 2009 internal investigation of Robert Bates surfaced April 24 that heavily implicated Albin in what the report termed as policy violations.
Former Maj. Tom Huckeby, who resigned effective June 5 after a 2009 internal investigation of Robert Bates surfaced April 24 that heavily implicated Huckeby in what the report termed as policy violations.
Former Maj. Shannon Clark, who was fired May 29. He was a longtime spokesman and oversaw jail operations. Clark’s attorney has said Glanz wrongfully terminated him on the “misbelief” he leaked the 2009 internal report, as well as the “misbelief” he would run for sheriff and be a “threat” to Glanz.
Former Undersheriff Brian Edwards, who ordered the 2009 internal investigation into Robert Bates. Edwards retired in 2012.
Former Cpl. Warren Crittenden, who was in the Uniformed Operations Division, was assigned to field train Robert Bates and was a key witness in the 2009 internal investigation. Crittenden was fired in 2011. A wrongful termination lawsuit is on hold pending his role as a state witness in a homicide in which he originally was charged with murder in February before it was dismissed in August.
Sheriff Stanley Glanz, who is the subject of the grand jury petition seeking his ouster from office before his term expires Dec. 31, 2016.
Capt. Eric Kitch, who was in the field support unit of the Internal Affairs office when he was a key witness in the 2009 internal investigation into Robert Bates.
Sgt. Randy Chapman, who was the reserve program coordinator when he was a key witness in the 2009 internal investigation into Robert Bates.
Capt. Rob Lillard, who conducted the 2009 internal investigation into Robert Bates.
Deputy Michael Huckeby, who was captured on video putting a knee on Eric Harris’ head after Robert Bates mistakenly shot Harris during an April 2 undercover gun sting.
Deputy Joseph Byars, who was captured on video telling Harris “F--- your breath” after Bates mistakenly shot Harris during an April 2 undercover gun sting.
Former Capt. Billy McKelvey, who was demoted from the rank of captain July 1 before resigning Aug. 31 for a position in the private sector.
Deputy Evan Foster, who was with Bates in February when Bates used a Taser on Terry Byrum while the suspect was handcuffed and on the ground. Foster also is listed as a potential witness in the Bates-Harris shooting.
Undersheriff Rick Weigel, who replaced Tim Albin after Albin’s resignation.
Chief Deputy Michelle Robinette, who is the chief deputy over the Court Operations Division. She had been overseeing jail operations until a top-level shakeup this year following two resignations and a termination.
Chief Deputy John Bowman, who is the chief deputy over the Uniformed Operations Division. Bowman had been a major assigned to the courthouse until a top-level shake-up this year following two resignations and a termination.
General counsel Meredith Baker, who is TCSO’s in-house attorney.
Sgt. Kyle Hess, who oversees detectives.
Sgt. Chris Pierce, who conducts jail inmate work groups.
Former Deputy Jerry Quinton, who was fleet manager during the time of the 2009 internal investigation. Quinton retired May 31.
Cpl. Eric Anderson, who is the current fleet manager.
Deputy Tim Wilkens, who is an instructor who handles training.
Sgt. Dave Roberts, who works in the Uniformed Operations Division.
Former Cpl. Bill Adams, who resigned in 2010 and was a jail booking supervisor.