CLEVELAND — Yet another Cuyahoga County Jail corrections officer is facing disciplinary action and has been suspended.
A county spokesperson confirmed to News 5 Friday that Cpl. William Jordan was suspended without pay after telling his supervisors he was arrested in Lorain County while off duty.
Jordan joins a laundry list of names from the county jail employees who have been suspended, arrested and/or charged for their actions and behavior.
This is a developing story and will be updated as information becomes available.
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