Former Elkhart Sheriff’s Captain pleads guilty to false informing

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A former Elkhart Sheriff’s Department Captain has pleaded guilty to false informing.

James Bradberry was put on administrative leave in January, and his resignation was accepted in March, after he was accused of telling process servers to clock hours they didn’t actually work.

Bradberry was charged with three counts of false informing on March 5.

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Wednesday, Bradberry accepted a plea agreement and pleaded guilty to one count of false informing. The other two counts were dismissed.

ABC 57 reports he was sentenced to one year with the year suspended, 30 hours of community service and ordered to pay a $100 fine in addition to court costs.

Bradberry admitted in court that he left out information in statements related to the investigation.

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