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Brunswick Co. detention officer fired after drug arrest

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BOLIVIA, NC (WWAY) -- A Brunswick County detention officer found himself on the wrong side of the jailhouse bars today.

The Brunswick County Sheriff's Vice/Narcotics Unit charged Bryan Patrick Marshburn with felony possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sheriff John Ingram immediately fired Marshburn from his job at the jail.

Ingram's letter to Marshburn read: "Effectively (sic) immediately your service with Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is no longer needed. Turn in all departmental identification and equipment immediately."

Marshburn, 55, of Southport, was a part-time detention officer. He'd worked for the sheriff's office since June 20, 2011.

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a little more information would be great

Was he arrested in the jail?
Or at home?

Was he selling to inmates or others?

It sounds like people are loosing their minds everywhere you go.

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Okay BCSD you have fired two

Okay BCSD you have fired two officers in two days. My question is why put Marshburn on blast, but no explanation on Tully. We as citizens of BC need to know that as well. Or is it that Tully was a drug officer and his wrongdoings, whatever that may be, could set some innocent people free?

I have known this man for

I have known this man for many years. I am totally surprised that he would do something like this. Very sad thing.

Idiot.

Idiot.