Alison Morgan, 28, who worked at the Muskogee County Court Clerk’s office, is one of three alleged conspirators charged with a conspiracy to intimidate a witness in another case, according to documents filed with the case at the Muskogee County courthouse.
Police searched the home of Cornelious Jones in late January after obtaining a search warrant and arrested him. He was ultimately charged with nine felonies and one misdemeanor in connection with drugs and guns allegedly found at the home.
After Jones was arrested, Jasmine McCoy, who is also charged with conspiracy, allegedly reached out to Morgan, knowing she had access to court records of search warrants. On the warrant was the name of the confidential informant whose information led to the issuance of the warrant, which was then ordered sealed by Judge Weldon Stout. According to an affidavit filed with the report, Morgan told McCoy the name of the informant, and McCoy passed the information to Jones in the jail, and then the informant was assaulted in the jail.