BAKER COUNTY, Fla. — Action News Jax has learned that a former Baker County sergeant who was fired for reportedly violating several standards of conduct has been arrested.
Randy Davis, 63, was arrested on a felony bribery charge, according to reports. Davis is being held in the Bradford County Jail on a $100,000 bond.
According to Davis’ arrest report, deputies say he agreed to help a woman get reinstated on probation in exchange for sexual favors.
The report describes her lying in the back of a patrol vehicle as they drove to Davis’ home.
Action News Jax first reported on Davis’ firing on Dec. 11 after he reportedly violated several standards of conduct.
The Sheriff’s Office said an allegation of misconduct was made against Davis on Nov. 22.
Sheriff Scotty Rhoden put Davis on administrative leave as the sheriff’s office investigated the claim.
On Dec. 11, Action News Jax confirmed that according to the Sheriff’s Office, Davis was fired for violating several employment standards of conduct. His termination letter is dated Dec. 4.
Action News Jax got the following statement from Rhoden on Dec. 11:
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