Wednesday, September 08, 2010


Awwww, come on Sheriff, can’t you let your deputies have a little fun? At least they went deep into the forest. Besides that, those nasty rumors about Scarlett being a dike are now dispelled. And I’ll bet the forest ranger and the Carter County deputy were both doing ‘hand jobs’ while they kept on watching your naked deputies fucking-each other.
By Becky Campbell
Johnson City Press
September 7, 2010
Two Washington County [Tennessee] Sheriff’s deputies caught drinking and having sex at a U.S. Forest campground are now off the county’s payroll.

Sheriff Ed Graybeal said Tuesday he dismissed Deputies Chris Adkins and Scarlett Dennison from their positions as patrol officers for the sheriff’s office because their conduct was unbecoming of officers, which violated the department’s general orders.
Adkins, 30, and Dennison, 42, paid around $250 each for the citations they received earlier this month from a U.S. Forest Service officer.
The event that led to the firings happened on a Friday night when the deputies were off duty. The U.S. Forest Service office and a Carter County deputy, working off-duty with the forest service at the time, came upon Adkins, Dennison and a third person, Jamie Walsh, 32, of Butler, around 11 p.m. July 30 at Cardens Bluff Campground.
The forest ranger and Carter County deputy were conducting patrols at area federal forest land campgrounds. The Forest Service hires off-duty Carter County deputies to assist them with patrolling those areas.
According to the federal citations charging the three, the forest ranger saw the three at a camp site drinking alcohol in the open and then engaging in sex.
No one has been able to say how long U.S. Forest Service Officer Scott Cairnes and Deputy Derek Hamm stood watching the trio, but in Cairnes’ report he wrote that he saw Dennison and Adkins engage in three sex acts and then Adkins and Walsh began to fondle Dennison.
Cairnes and Hamm made their presence known after the campers were startled by a camper at another site closing a truck door and the three stopped what they were doing.
Walsh also has paid his fines, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Helen Smith.

The three were charged with possessing alcohol in a prohibited area, public nudity and public intoxication. Adkins had an additional charge of child endangerment because his 2-year-old son was asleep in a tent at the campsite.

Adkins and Dennison had been on paid suspension from the sheriff’s office since the incident. Both were patrol officers and worked on the same platoon.

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