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Letter accuses Bradley County sheriff of mismanagement, misuse of funds

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Dissent and unrest among deputies and corrections officers in the Bradley County Sheriff's Office bubbled to the surface Monday in an unsigned letter from an employee accusing Sheriff Eric Watson of mismanagement and misuse of funds.

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