Logan County gives up $65K to settle civil rights claimWest Virginia Record
Mar. 14, 2013
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CHARLESTON – The Logan County Commission has settled a woman’s lawsuit alleging two deputy sheriffs not only falsely arrested her, but also played a role in setting fire to her house and car in retaliation for complaints she made about their conduct.