In one case, Kenneth Lee Brown was suspended for a day after being told more than once to stay out of the women's restroom.
The former Bibb County deputy accused of soliciting sex from a 14-year-old pregnant girl early Tuesday morning has a lengthy disciplinary history with the Macon Police Department.
Kenneth Lee Brown was fired Wednesday after he was charged with enticing a child for indecent purposes, child molestation, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and violation of oath of office.
Before Brown became a Sheriff's deputy in January, he was a Macon police officer continuously since 2005. Brown was first hired in 2002 and briefly resigned in 2005 before being rehired.
We reviewed Brown's personnel files and found more than 30 official complaints and several suspensions.
Among other things, Brown was suspended for a day in 2012 after being told more than once to stay out of the women's restroom.
Last year, Brown was suspended for 10 days for abusing his role as officer by writing personal checks labeled "Ofc. K. Brown" to make businesses more likely to cash them.
He was suspended for five days last August for sleeping in his patrol car while on duty.
In 2012, Brown was suspended for 10 days after taking his patrol car home to Jones County and to Wal-Mart and then lying about where he was.
He was also suspended in 2009 after he hit an officer from Jones County in the chest while trying to get his son out of custody. Although Jones County deputies told Brown that his son, Christopher, would have to stay in jail until he first appearance hearing the next day, Brown tried to grab his son and said "get in the f***ing truck, let's go."
Bibb jail records show Brown is currently still in custody on $55,550 bond.
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