Local jailer accused of assaulting inmate

Graves County Jailer Randy Haley

GRAVES COUNTY — More details have been release regarding a local jailer accused of assaulting an inmate.

A Graves County grand jury returned an indictment against Graves County Jailer Randy Haley on Thursday. We now have a copy of that indictment. You can read it below.

According to court documents, Haley is accused of intentionally causing physical injury to James Stovall with a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument. It states this happened on April 4 of 2017.

Commonwealth’s Attorney Dan Boaz told us Stovall was a jail inmate at the time of the attack. He also told us Haley used Taser on Stovall.

Haley will be arraigned in McCracken County on June 22.

Haley released a statement to WPSD which reads as follow;

“The only thing I want to say is that I am confident this will be resolved in a fair manner and sooner than later. The timing of this event is questionable at the least. I refer all other comments to my attorney Dennis Null.”

Related Articles

Veterans voice health care questions at Harrisburg VA town hall The Department of Veterans Affairs in Southern Illinois held a town hall Wednesday evening in Harrisburg to hear from veterans.
Despite executive order, families may not be put back together The executive order does not speak to any families that have already been separated
Longtime Tennessee broadcaster John Ward dies at 88 John Ward, the radio voice of Tennessee football and men's basketball for over three decades, has died. He was 88.