The investigation sparked by a jail incident is over.
According to court documents, it all started with a dispute between corrections and law enforcement leaving one jail employee facing the possibility of criminal prosecution.
It has been an ongoing issue, spanning over two months. But, it seemed to disappear within a matter of days. The decision is that no action will be taken.
"I do not believe that criminal prosecution is the appropriate remedy."
That is how the report reads that absolved Assistant Hall County Jail Director Jimmy Vann of any wrongdoing.
The original accusation is that he refused to take a prisoner into jail.
"We all share some blame," Hall County Jail Director Fred Ruiz said. "There's blame on both sides."
The incident in question dates back to the beginning of February.
Security cameras caught the argument between Vann and police on tape.
"I know at least two times where that's happened that have been on the weekends," can be heard on the tape. "This is about personalities and issues that are ongoing."
Ruiz said the problem isn't system wide.
"This is a problem related to a couple law enforcement officers and those are in the past," he said.
But the prosecutor's report reads otherwise.
The man behind the report, attorney John Marsh, writes, "...the arresting officer and the arrestee were being used as pawns in a larger chess game between the two departments."
He goes on to say, "...the two organizations really need to come together and address their differences. If they are unable to do so, the public is the loser."
Ruiz said for the most part, Marsh identified the problems correctly but that they're not problems anymore.
"For the last couple months, this hasn't been an issue," he said.
Police did not wish to comment, but said they are communicating with jail personnel. Ruiz said he plans to meet with police this week.