Domestic Battery Charges Against Indiana Gaming Commission Agent Tiffany Corbin Dismissed
LAWRENCE COUNTY - (January 20, 2022) - The domestic battery charges against Indiana Gaming Commission Agent Tiffany Corbin have been dismissed by Lawrence County Superior Court I Judge John Plummer III.
Charges against Indiana Gaming Commission Agent Tiffany Corbin was dismissed on January 18, 2022, was granted by Judge John Plummer III.
Lawrence County Prosecutor Sam Arp II requested the charges be dismissed on January 13, 2022.
The order to dismiss the charges was granted on January 18,2022.
Tiffany Corbin, a 15-year veteran of the Indiana Gaming Commission, was arrested following the incident on Saturday, June 12, 2021, which occurred while she was off duty.
The Indiana State Police Post Bloomington was contacted about the incident which occurred between Sgt. Russell Garrison, a 23-year veteran of the Indiana State Police, who has since retired and resigned as a North Lawrence Community School board member.
The charges against Garrison were dropped earlier on November 9, 2021 by Judge John Plummer III.
The local troopers responded to the incident in June 2021 along with the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department. The investigation into the incident was turned over to an investigator with the ISP Post in Versailles.
Both Garrison and Corbin were arrested on misdemeanor charges of domestic battery.
Corbin suffered a laceration to the left side of her head and Garrison suffered bleeding from his mouth after Corbin hit him.
Corbin told police she did not want to file charges and she caused the fight to happen. According to Corbin she struck Garrison and he then grabbed her by the face and struck her head into the side of the entryway to the downstairs.
Garrison stated the Corbin hit him with pots and pans. Garrison had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage, his speech was slurred and he was unsteady.
Garrison suffered an injury to inside of his mouth and had bruising to his chest. There were holes found in the bedroom wall and police viewed the camera footage in the home.
The investigators met with Lawrence County Prosecutor Sam Arp and criminal charges were filed against both Garrison and Corbin at the time.