Are you afraid of being locked up with unlimited felonious schlong? Then we’ve got good news: Heterosexual intercourse is possible in prison, at least in one instance.
Two civilian workers at the Washington County Jail in Oregon have been charged with “custodial sexual misconduct” for sleeping with the same inmate while on the job.
The first one, Jill Curry, was arrested on July 16 following a misconduct complaint from another jail employee. Civilian employees of the jail can access the master control room, open doors and control surveillance cameras.
Investigators say between May 25 and July 3 she used “specific places at specific times” to get “shanked” by the inmate in question. Her police deputy husband filed for divorce after he got the bad news.
It was while investigators were looking into that case that the second woman, Brett Robinson, was found out. The inmate was doing hard time with both women concurrently, but they seem to have been unaware of each other. The inmate, who is listed as a victim in both cases, is awaiting trial on four separate cases of his own, with charges including failing to register as a sex offender, tampering with a witness, and sexual harassment, among others.
Authorities are throwing the book at the two women, with 28 charges just for Curry alone. It’s almost as if they want to put a lid on the case as fast as possible. Could this mysterious Don Juan’s shanking spree go even higher up the chain than we thought?
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