Three Grayson County employees were disciplined after an incident that occured during election night on March 7th. But county officials are remaining tight-lipped about what happened, as Sherman police investigate.
The county judge says he looked into an allegation that three county employees drank alcohol at the courthouse on primary election night.
So far, there is no evidence that the alleged misconduct had anything to do with election results, but they will not tell what role the employees did play or if they've been fired.
A Sherman police investigator is looking into whether a county employee made alcohol available to a minor at the courthouse on March 7.
No arrests have been made and no charges have been filed.
County workers are paid by your tax dollars, so hirings and firings in the county are considered public record, including disciplinary action. We requested these documents on Monday. By Tuesday, an attorney in the county office briefly showed us a document concerning the discipline taken but wouldn't release the document saying we could not have that information until the end of the week. By law, the county has ten days to comply with an open records request.