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.”

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