Computer trespassing charge dismissed against ex-Clayton Sheriff’s chaplain

A computer trespassing charge against a former Clayton County Sheriff’s Office chaplain who has taken his dispute with Sheriff Victor Hill public was dismissed Tuesday.

Rodney Williams turned himself in to police in February after Hill issued a warrant for Williams’ arrest because of Williams’ use of the  Sheriff’s Office email.

Shortly after being fired by Hill in February, Williams sent an email to his former colleagues calling Hill an “evil man” with an “evil agenda.”

"Sheriff Hill's toxic leadership (i.e. harassment, retaliation, targeting an employee to cause a hostile work environment by monitoring activities, sideshow investigations and creating a schedule to force him to resign) is the worse of any leader in the Sheriff's office," Williams wrote in the electronic message.

Hill said the computer use was improper because Williams was no longer an employee of the office and issued a warrant for his arrest.

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