A Bremen man who worked as a correctional officer at the Floyd County Prison was arrested Friday after an internal investigation at the prison led to accusations that he was providing contraband, specifically tobacco to prison inmates.
Phillip Eugene Cromer, 55, of Bremen was charged with giving inmates contraband without the consent of the warden. Cromer was also charged with misdemeanor deposit account fraud on an outstanding non related warrant.
Cromer was released from the Floyd County jail the same day after posting a $4,800 bond.
Floyd County Prison is a medium security prison located on Blacks Bluff Road and operated under the supervision of the Georgia Department of Corrections.
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