Former Murray County deputy arrested on charges of electronically furnishing obscene materials to minors


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CHATSWORTH — On Friday, May 17, the GBI arrested former Murray County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Levi Amos, 22, for Violation of Oath by Public Officer, Electronically Furnishing Obscene Material to Minors, and Computer Invasion of Privacy.

According to the GBI, Amos was accessing the Georgia Crime Information Center database in order to obtain personal information on females without authorization.

In December, the GBI was asked to investigate Amos for allegedly sending inappropriate messages and pictures of himself to juvenile females.

After this information was received by the Murray County Sheriff’s Office, Amos was suspended and later resigned in lieu of termination.  

This is an ongoing investigation. The GBI is asking anyone who has any information regarding this case to contact the GBI at 706-624-1424.


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