Tulsa World by Omer Gillham - January 19, 2012
The last of four law enforcement officers sentenced to prison in December for police corruption has reported to federal prison in Texas, records show. Former Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent Brandon McFadden was sentenced Dec. 6 for his part in a police corruption probe involving the Tulsa Police Department. McFadden received 21 months in prison after pleading guilty to drug conspiracy in May 2010. McFadden reported Wednesday to Seagoville, a federal facility near Dallas, prison officials said. McFadden and three former Tulsa police officers were sentenced as part of a grand jury investigation of civil rights violations, falsified search warrants, stolen drugs and money, and perjury. The Tulsa police officers sentenced Dec. 6 are John K. “J.J.” Gray, Jeff Henderson and retired Cpl. Harold R. Wells.