On Friday, Feb. 22, attorney McCracken Poston of Ringgold sent a letter to Sisk requesting that he ask the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in to evaluate whether deputies gave special treatment or made exceptions for FBI agent Ken Hillman during the past year and a half.
According to Poston, Hillman has abused his authority as an FBI agent to get out of possible DUIs.
Hillman, who is being investigated by the FBI for his actions, has been head of the Northwest Georgia Crimes Against Children Task Force for the past few years.
The task force consists of undercover officers who communicate with people online through chat rooms and ads looking to weed out those looking arrange meetings for underage sex.
In his letter, Poston alleges that agent Hillman was pulled over at least twice by Catoosa County sheriff’s deputies under suspicion of drinking and driving, but was either allowed to call a friend to come and get him, or was allowed to go completely.
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