A federal judge ordered a Georgia sheriff to resign from office after he was accused of attacking inmates.
The Telegraph newspaper reported the judge also set a $25,000 bond for Wilcox County Sheriff Stacy Bloodsworth Tuesday.
The judge said the sheriff will be monitored electronically, have a curfew, undergo testing for alcohol and drug use, and can't have access to guns while on bond.
Also facing charges are his son Austin Bloodsworth; former Wilcox County jailer Casey Owens; and former inmate Willie James Caruthers. Prosecutors said the men beat inmates and conspired to lie to cover up the assaults.
A $25,000 bond was also set for Austin Bloodsworth and for Caruthers.
Owens didn't appear in court. It wasn't clear whether he has been taken into custody.