Former Jackson police officer sentenced to six months in prison by a federal judge
Former Jackson police officer David Dreblow was sentenced to six months in prison by a federal judge on Thursday.
After his incarceration, he has to serve a two-year period of supervised release, including six months of home detention, and pay $600 in restitution.
Dreblow pleaded guilty in April to conspiracy to violate the civil rights of a resident. As part of a plea agreement, he admitted that he conspired with former police officer Marvent Brooks to steal $1,200 from Malcolm Wortham while processing a crime scene in the 100 block of Division Street.
Brooks was sentenced to 22 months in prison, with three years of supervised release following incarceration, on May 21.