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Absolute Immunity from Tampering, Ask the Texas Supreme Court is the Anticipated Defense for Hands-On Sheriff Frank Osborne.

According to the indictment, Sheriff Osborne removed the arrest of a woman from the Matagorda County Sheriff’s Office jailing record computerized database, and redacted her arrest from the master jail book.

MATAGORDA COUNTY SHERIFF INDICTED ON CHARGES OF TAMPERING WITH GOVERNMENT RECORD

Originally Published; Oct. 6, 2020 | Republished by LIT; Oct 9, 2020
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BAY CITY, Texas — Matagorda County Sheriff Frank Osborne was booked into jail Tuesday on charges of tampering with a government record after a grand jury indicted him in July.

According to the indictment, Sheriff Osborne removed the arrest of a woman from the Matagorda County Sheriff’s Office jailing record computerized database, and redacted her arrest from the master jail book.

In a statement, Sheriff Osborne wrote:

“Unfortunately this case is in the criminal justice system so I feel I cannot comment except to say that the offense report of the arrest by the Officer was not destroyed, concealed, removed, or otherwise impaired and was always available. I will say I simply tried to correct a mistake and I look forward to a trial in this matter.”

Sheriff Osborne was granted $5,000 bail.

We’re following this developing story and will post any new information as we get it.

Absolute Immunity from Tampering, Ask the Texas Supreme Court is the Anticipated Defense for Hands-On Sheriff Frank Osborne.
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