From the State Police Department:
On December 19, 2007 Louisiana State Police, West District Detectives executed an arrest warrant and arrested Nina B. Ravey at 711 N. Main Street Jennings, La.
The arrest was the result of an investigation concerning a complaint filed with the Louisiana State Police. The complaint concerned allegations against one of Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff's Office Correctional Officers.
As the result of the investigation detectives learned that the complainant's medical records / documents were falsified by Ravey.
Ravey was advised of her Miranda Warnings placed under arrest and transported to the Jefferson Davis Parish Jail where she was booked in good medical condition without incident. Ravey was released to the custody of JDSO Correctional Officer Brown.
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