New charges against former Cuyahoga County Jail director

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CLEVELAND-- There are new charges in a corruption investigation at the Cuyahoga County Jail.

Former jail director Ken Mills is charged with falsification and dereliction of duty. Mills was already indicted with other county officials a few months back.

There are also new charges against corrections officer Idris-Farid Clark related to an excessive force case.

Both men pleaded not guilty.

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