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The 2013 case of a former Angelina County jailer accused of abusing female inmates at the jail remains ongoing.
The Angelina County Sheriff’s Office arrested Stevon E. Crowder, 59, on eight charges of official oppression and five charges of violation of civil rights of a person in custody — sexual on Aug. 26, 2013. County records indicate Crowder pleaded not guilty to his charges on Dec. 16, 2013. In 2014, Crowder’s cases were scheduled for a number of docket calls and jury selections, however, no trial date was set. He received no further court dates until Dec. 14, 2018, during a canceled plea hearing.
Another canceled plea hearing was scheduled for Friday. Assistant District Attorney John Peralta said the plea hearing’s date was reset to give time for the women who raised the allegations to be contacted.
“We expect all employees to conduct themselves professionally and with integrity,” said Sheriff Greg Sanches. “The ACSO takes and all criminal allegations seriously.”
ACSO made the arrest following a two-month internal investigation that launched after a citizen’s complaint raised on May 20, 2013, previous reports state. A citizen who had a loved one in the jail reported misconduct on Crowder’s part. Amid the investigation, eight female inmates came forward and raised allegations against Crowder — it appeared the reported misconduct stopped at verbal harassment and inappropriate touching.
“Our inmates are in a situation where they are in the care of someone else who has authority over them,” Sanches said in a previous report. “They depend on people to do the right thing, but people can take advantage of that situation. We’re not putting up with that type of behavior.”
Crowder had worked with the county for roughly a year at the time of his arrest — he was hired on before Sanches took office in 2013. According to previous Lufkin Daily News reports, Crowder was held in the Nacogdoches County Jail for his own safety before posting a collective $24,500 bond for his charges and being released. An Angelina County grand jury indicted Crowder of his charges Nov. 21, 2013.
His charges range from Class A misdemeanors to state jail felonies carrying a punishment of up to two years in state jail served day for day.
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