Carroll County deputy charged after being accused of soliciting couple for sex

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UPDATE (May 4, 2018)– Jason Dunning was sentenced to 180 days of probation.

Original story:

CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. — A Carroll County deputy is facing charges after he allegedly tried to solicit a couple for sex.

Deputy Jason Dunning was charged Friday with making an unlawful proposition.

Carroll County Sherriff Tobe Leazenby told FOX59 the incident allegedly happened at the end of August.

He was off-duty at the time of the incident.

On Oct. 2, the sheriff’s office announced that Dunning submitted his letter of resignation, which took effect immediately. He had been with the department since July 2007.

The case has been assigned to a special prosecutor.