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4 Cuyahoga County Jail officers pleaded not guilty during their arraignment Wednesday morning

Posted: 8:20 AM, Apr 10, 2019
Updated: 2019-04-10 13:56:17Z
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CLEVELAND — Four Cuyahoga County Jail officers who were indicted on various charges , including one corrections officer who was indicted on charges related to the death of an inmate last August, appeared via video for their arraignment Wednesday morning.

The fifth Cuyahoga County Jail officer did not show up for his arraignment.

Watch the full arraignment below:

5 Cuyahoga County Jail officers appear in court for arraignment

Martin Devring

Martin Devring, 60, was indicted on charges of tampering with records, dereliction of duty and interfering with civil rights, according to records from the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.

Arraignment: Devring pleaded not guilty and the judge set a $5,000 cash surety bond with GPS monitoring. His next court date is scheduled for April 15 at 9 a.m.

Idris-Farid Clark and Robert P. Marsh

Corrections officers Idris-Farid Clark and Robert P. Marsh were each indicted for interfering with civil rights and unlawful restraint. Clark was charged with felonious assault and Marsh was charged with assault.

Clark was a no-show during the arraignment. Marsh pleaded not guilty and the judge set a $5,000 cash surety bond with GPS monitoring. He is ordered to have no contact with the victim. His next court date is scheduled for April 16 at 9 a.m.

Nicholas Evans and Timothy Dugan

Nicholas Evans and Timothy Dugan were each indicted on charges of felonious assault, unlawful restraint and two counts of interfering with civil rights. Evans was also charged with tampering with evidence.

Dugan also pleaded not guilty and the judge set a $5,000 cash surety bond with GPS monitoring. His next court appearance is scheduled for April 17 at 9 a.m.

Evans also pleaded not guilty and the judge set a $5,000 cash surety bond with GPS monitoring. His next court date is scheduled for April 17 at 9 a.m.

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