DougCo deputy arrested, fired on charges of smuggling jail contraband

Heather Willard
Douglas County Sheriff's Office

Heather Willard / NewsBreak Denver

(Douglas County, Colo.) A former Douglas County Sheriff’s deputy faces charges for allegedly attempting to bring contraband items into the detention facility where she worked.

Carley Jackson, 24, was arrested and booked into the Douglas County Detention Facility on May 31. She was also fired from her position as a deputy.

An investigation into Jackson’s conduct was opened on May 25 when information was provided to the office regarding the former deputy’s alleged criminal conduct.

Jackson, hired as a deputy in December 2019, faces felony charges of making a bribe and attempting to influence a public servant, alongside misdemeanor charges of official misconduct, conspiracy and introducing contraband in the second degree.

A $10,000 surety bond was posted for Jackson on May 31, and she appeared in court on June 1. She is scheduled to next appear in court on June 30.

Additional court records have not yet been filed. This is still an active investigation, and the sheriff’s office is not releasing any other information now.

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