LaRue County made national headlines last week with the news that two former deputy jailers were charged with bringing banned items into the jail and providing them to female inmates in exchange for sexual favors.
Travis Strader, 39, of Sonora, and Harold Marcum, 66, of Magnolia, were indicted Feb. 21 by a grand jury on charges of sexual abuse and promoting contraband.
Strader is accused of bringing prescription pain medicine, cell phones, marijuana, alcoholic beverages and tobacco into the jail.
Marcum is accused of bringing tobacco into the jail.
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