Former Grantsville Police Chief Ronald Gordon was incarcerated in Central Regional Jail yesterday, after his bail was apparently revoked by a bail bondsman.

Attempts failed to clarify Gordon's situation with authorities.

It was unclear why the former officer's bond was revoked, since there have been no reports of problems regarding his home confinement.

Gordon was scheduled for sentencing on January 2nd.

He has been on home confinement at Mt. Zion since August, 2006.

Special prosecutor Tom Kirk said Gordon is facing 1-5 years in prison and a $10,000 fine for each count in a plea arrangement which came before the court in November.

Defense attorney Ernie Skaggs told the court that Gordon could have been tried on federal civil rights violations, with a number of other additional charges, indicating the reason for Gordon pleading guilty to three counts.

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