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St. Louis public safety director forced to release personnel records and more

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(KMOV.com) -- The St. Louis public safety director has been under fire following a recent rash jail breaks and now the City of St. Louis has issued a subpoena requesting various documentation to aid in their investigation.

Charles Bryson was issued the subpoena last Friday. The subpoena requests personnel records, emails, memos, disciplinary records and more.  All records must be presented to the City of St. Louis by Thursday, October 27th at 5:00 p.m. 

Click here to read the subpoena.

Bryson has been questioned about staffing and the department's policies. The city's investigation was launched after four inmates escaped in a period of 18 months.

Corrections Director Eugene Stubblefield has been suspended while the city investigates the department. 

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