Madison Co. employee facing sex charges placed on paid leave
MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. — An employee of the Madison County Public Defender’s Office charged with sex offenses involving two minors is currently on administrative leave with pay, according to the office.
Johnny Ray Woolfork, 61, is charged with aggravated sexual battery, sexual battery, and unlawful sexual contact, according to Medina police.
The alleged victims are 10- and 14-year-old females, according to police. The incident is believed to have happened around August 2015 in Medina.
Woolfork’s attorney said he is employed as an investigator.
Woolfork is free on a $20,000 bond.
He will appear in Humboldt General Sessions Court. A date has not yet been set for his hearing.