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Posted by: Barry Kolar on Feb 7, 2012

A Bradley County man has said he spent more than two days locked up in the county jail last fall with no bond, no phone calls and no attorney contact. The day before Greg Workman was jailed, Bradley County General Sessions Court Judge Sheridan Randolph signed the warrant for his arrest based on a claim that Workman had been seen with one of Randolph's guns that was taken during a late summer burglary of the judge's office. Workman, who was in jail from a Friday morning until Monday afternoon, says he asked guards if he was under arrest and "they said yes." The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has confirmed that it began an investigation of Randolph in September 2011.

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