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|Indicted deputy back at work|
A major with the Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office is still on the job in spite of being indicted last week on fraud, identity theft and obstruction charges.
Major Michael Karl Davis was arrested Thursday by FBI agents following a 19-count indictment handed down by a federal grand jury.
Davis reported to work Friday, according to Ouachita Parish Sheriff Royce Toney.
Toney issued a statement Friday, defending his decision to keep Davis on the job pending the outcome of criminal proceedings.
"Due to the circumstances of these allegations being non-violent in nature and having occurred over one year ago, I will keep Dy. Davis employed in his current position," Toney said. "Due to him being such a valuable asset to me and because in this country, men are considered innocent until proven guilty, he will remain at his post for the people of Ouachita Parish."
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