Montgomery County Jail is shown in the center of this photo. TY GREENLEES / STAFF
Depositions in the case indicate Sollenberger denied being a racist but admitted he used racial slurs. Sollenberger said he reconciled that distinction because, “they’re jokes.”
Documents about Montgomery County litigation show that through Dec. 31, 2016, the county had spent $164,378.09 in payments or expenses to date on the Richardson case.
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Attorneys filed several motions in the Richardson case, which is scheduled for a March 6 trial, but that may get pushed back.
County attorneys seek to prevent any mention of the eight current lawsuits facing various members of the Montgomery County Jail staff, including Sheriff Phil Plummer.
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