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An incident between two county employees that board of supervisors’ attorney Conrad Mord says will probably be heard in executive session may also end up in justice court, according to an affidavit received prior to review by judges and filing of charges.
The incident reportedly involves a disagreement between Cindy Ginn, comptroller of the county, and the courthouse janitor, Murel Dean Magee.
The affidavit says, “…on or about the 17th day of September…Cindy Ginn did purposely, knowingly and unlawfully attempt to put Dean Mure in fear of eminent serious bodily harm,” by saying she would slap her.
Magee filed the affidavit on Sept. 18, according to information obtained by The Times.
Contacted Friday by The Times, Ginn confirmed a disagreement between her and the janitor, but would not elaborate further on the advice of an attorney.
A spokesman at justice court said if the matter proceeds in justice court, it is likely the case would be heard by an outside judge as both parties are county employees.