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TWO FORMER WARREN COUNTY CORRECTION OFFICERS ARRESTED

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An investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in two former corrections officers with the Warren County Jail being charged with tampering with governmental records.

At the request of 31st District Attorney General Lisa Zavogiannis, on January 14th, TBI agents joined investigators with the district attorney’s office in investigating an inmate death that had occurred on that date in the Warren County Jail. During the course of the death investigation, agents developed information that two corrections officers, 22-year-old Zechariah Jacob Clark and 28-year-old Steven Thomas Mason, did not conduct the required jail walk-through, and jail logs were altered at some point to reflect that the walk-through had been completed. Neither man is still employed at the jail.

On September 6, 2019, the Warren County Grand Jury returned indictments charging Clark and Mason with one count each of destruction of and tampering with governmental records.

Yesterday, Clark and Mason were arrested and booked into the Warren County Jail.

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