Judge sets $10,000 bond for cop, former deputy and civilian accused in cocaine payoffsCBS Atlanta 46
Feb. 26, 2013
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The men are former DeKalb County Sheriff's Deputy Monyette McLaurin, current DeKalb County police Officer Dorian Williams, and a civilian Gregory Lee Harvey.
An indictment in federal court states that McLaurin and Harvey worked together to protect drug dealers during cocaine transactions. In return for their protection, the men were given thousands of dollars in payouts.
[...]McLaurin and Williams were two of the defendants listed in the indictments that made violent remarks about how far they were willing to go to protect the drug deals from rival gangs or other officers who might catch them in the act.
Williams, according to his indictment, stated if a deal went bad, "I gotta (expletive) kill him, I can't just shoot him."
According to McLaurin's indictment he made similar comments and, "Volunteered that if given a signal, he would be willing to shoot the buyer if necessary."