Holbrook held without bond

Holbrook held without bond

There are 28 comments on the The Morehead News story from Jun 7, 2009, titled Holbrook held without bond. In it, The Morehead News reports that:

Rowan County Chief Sheriff's Deputy Roger L. Holbrook remains without bond in the custody of the U.S. Marshals.

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J Hutchinson

Grayson, KY

#1 Jun 10, 2009
I hope Holbrook spills the beans and cleans up this corrupt town. I'm not saying that everything is corrupt about it but we all know it exists. I think Holbrook will plea to lesser charges and give up his connections. I also think there are a lot of nervous people out and about the streets of Morehead.
Number one Grammy

United States

#2 Jun 10, 2009
I hope you are right! Is he being kept in jail for his protection? How far up will this go I wonder?
Busted

Frankfort, KY

#3 Jun 11, 2009
Why does everyone think this will go higher up. How many Deputy's does it take to provide protection for a price.
May I Ask Please

United States

#4 Jun 11, 2009
I think this is going to splash out on alot of ppl higher up AND down, just like the paint bombs in banks! Splash! your busted!!!!
Money

Versailles, KY

#5 Jun 11, 2009
Busted wrote:
Why does everyone think this will go higher up. How many Deputy's does it take to provide protection for a price.
Hypothetically, at $50,000 a year, all you need.
J Hutchinson

Morehead, KY

#6 Jun 11, 2009
Why would he not spill his guts. What's he really got to loose?
I'm not buying his story that he was merely giving a guy a ride. The U.S. Marshall's wouldn't have made the arrest nor would they be keeping him in jail if there wasn't something there.
I hope a lot of people go down is what I hope.
This could be the biggest and best thing to happen here in Morehead as it relates to opening peoples eyes to what goes on behind the sceens here in town.
Good luck with it all Jack but in my opinion all eyes are on you. We all know how much time you spend in Florida.
Curtains

United States

#7 Jun 11, 2009
I agree, he has nothing to lose at this point. Are they keeping him for his own protection or do they think he is a flight risk?
J Hutchinson

Morehead, KY

#8 Jun 11, 2009
I can't imagine him being a flight risk. They must be keeping him in for his own protection. Or, waterboarding might just be in his future. I sure they don't have many rules and regulations in Carter County. Kidding about that, but I figure the longer he sits in jail the more he will speak. Purely an opinion.
volunteers

Olive Hill, KY

#9 Jun 12, 2009
he is more than likly running around the jail as a trustee free as a bird.
sundance

United States

#10 Jun 14, 2009
Now that would piss me off BUT you are probably right. Him running around the jail being a trustee, I kinda doubt it since the Marshals are involved. The ppl holding him don't want to appear like they are giving him special privileges do they???
mommy of 1

United States

#11 Jun 17, 2009
I think the entire department and courthouse for that matter should be looked at.
just checking

United States

#12 Jun 17, 2009
I agree with mommy of 1. Clean it all out and start fresh.
Just say no

Cleveland, GA

#13 Jun 17, 2009
wow!
TweetTweet

Versailles, KY

#14 Jun 18, 2009
JailBird
just checking

Nicholasville, KY

#15 Jun 19, 2009
Does good old Jack have Holbrooks back or is Jack more worried about his own back?
had enough

Morehead, KY

#16 Jun 19, 2009
would you guys quit rambling my god get a life that's something worth living for

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#17 Jun 19, 2009
had enough wrote:
would you guys quit rambling my god get a life that's something worth living for
It is on here and no one is forcing you to read it. It is really a big deal that a person in his status would have so much corruption in the sheriffs office. Why would not people be concerned, particularly because it is an ongoing investigation and no one really knows who else is involved. This is a large tragic event for this community and they should start overlooking it already. I do not agree with you at all. A clean community that does not revolve around corruption is worth discussing.
scorpion

Hillsboro, KY

#18 Aug 1, 2009
i agree with everyone else,there are bigger fish to be caught,and holbrook was put away by a smaller fish than himself,and the story will go on and on.
jjj

United States

#19 Aug 2, 2009
He will tell on who he has to to get himself out of trouble. I don't see how he can get around it. I don't think they(law) will be looking for the little fish, they want the big catch on this one and I hope he spills it.
CONFUSED

Dawsonville, GA

#20 Aug 2, 2009
"Holbrook has worked for the Rowan County Sheriff’s department for the past 15 years, and has been in law enforcement for a total of 31 years. He has been suspended from his job with pay."

I have read that last line OVER & OVER..w/ pay!!! Now that is some bullshit!! Getting caught w/ pills & still getting paid...& he's the sheriff's deputy!!
That's wrong!! Maybe he's getting paid UNTIL they find him guilty then he will no longer be paid. OR maybe he will be paid to sit in jail. It is Rowan County!! Glad I no longer live there!!

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