Clayton Sutton, center, leaves for a lunch break in the Administrative Law Hearing centered around his recent firing from the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office. Sutton was fired by Sheriff David Davis for disobeying a direct order not to act as a law enforcement officer following Sutton’s firing of his weapon, and the killing of a dog, on a call earlier in the year. The firing was not related to his killing years earlier of a man outside a Macon grocery store, an incident in which he was found to have acted properly. Neither Sutton nor Davis spoke to reporters during the break in the proceedings which were closed to public and media at Sutton’s request.  The judge running the hearing has between 15 and 30 days to rule as to whether or not Davis’ firing of Sutton can stand.
Clayton Sutton, center, leaves for a lunch break in the Administrative Law Hearing centered around his recent firing from the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office. Sutton was fired by Sheriff David Davis for disobeying a direct order not to act as a law enforcement officer following Sutton’s firing of his weapon, and the killing of a dog, on a call earlier in the year. The firing was not related to his killing years earlier of a man outside a Macon grocery store, an incident in which he was found to have acted properly. Neither Sutton nor Davis spoke to reporters during the break in the proceedings which were closed to public and media at Sutton’s request. The judge running the hearing has between 15 and 30 days to rule as to whether or not Davis’ firing of Sutton can stand. Georgia Public Broadcasting
Clayton Sutton, center, leaves for a lunch break in the Administrative Law Hearing centered around his recent firing from the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office. Sutton was fired by Sheriff David Davis for disobeying a direct order not to act as a law enforcement officer following Sutton’s firing of his weapon, and the killing of a dog, on a call earlier in the year. The firing was not related to his killing years earlier of a man outside a Macon grocery store, an incident in which he was found to have acted properly. Neither Sutton nor Davis spoke to reporters during the break in the proceedings which were closed to public and media at Sutton’s request. The judge running the hearing has between 15 and 30 days to rule as to whether or not Davis’ firing of Sutton can stand. Georgia Public Broadcasting