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Quenton Wesley, 46 of Tuscaloosa, was arrested on four felony charges after he turned himself in to the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office on Friday, December 9, 2016.

Those charges are: second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument,
intentional use of office for personal gain and two counts of soliciting or receiving anything for the purpose of corruptly influencing official action.

It was the evidence presented to a Tuscaloosa County Grand Jury by Attorney General Luther Strange’s Special Prosecutions Division on November 30, 2016 that led to Wesley’s indictment.
We’re told as part of his job, it was Wesley’s responsibility to oversee defendants who were undergoing court-ordered urine testing.
He is specifically charged with using his position to obtain personal gain for himself and a business he’s associated with, Good Times Night Club and intentionally soliciting or receiving money from at least two individuals for the purpose of corruptly influencing official action.

If convicted, Wesley faces a maximum penalty of two to 20 years for the three
ethics violations, which are class B felonies, and one year and one day to ten years on the
second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. That is a class C felony.
Wesley is currently out on bond.


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