BREAKING: Refugio police officer Lee Jordan found not guilty
Officer Jordan was accused of pepper-spraying a three-day-old infant
REFUGIO COUNTY, Texas – On Wednesday, May 4, a Refugio County jury found Refugio police officer Lee Jordan not guilty.
Officer Jordan was accused of pepper-spraying a three-day-old infant on March 12, 2021. He turned himself in on April 8, 2021, and bonded out on the same day. Officer Jordan was indicted on injury to a child and official oppression charges by a Refugio County grand jury.
Refugio County Assistant District Attorney Tim Poynter released the following statement following the verdict:
“I just want to thank the jurors for their patience and time.”
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The Refugio County Sheriff’s Office provided the above photo.
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