On Saturday, Jan. 28 Adams reported to serve one day of his 15-day sentence at the Brown County Jail and was released the next day, which caused a stir within the Texas Attorney General's Office.
According to jail records, Adams was listed as a "weekender" which the Attorney General's Office stated was not in accordance to his plea agreement.
Brown County Sheriff Bobby Grubbs came under fire as granting special privileges to Adams, which he strongly denies.
"When Steve told me he was going to make a plea agreement, I told him he would not get any special treatment and that he would have to get an order from the courts to serve weekends," said Grubbs. "I did not ask for this (weekender status), it was suggested by the Probation Office Director Joe Shaw in a letter to the Jail. We honored it as we always do. I don't make any special deals."
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