Thursday, August 29, 2002

Corrections officers face charges

By William A. Weathers,
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Three Hamilton County corrections officers were arrested Wednesday for their alleged participation in an incident in which police said one corrections officer brought alcohol into a detention facility and had sexual contact with an inmate.

        The incident occurred Sunday at the Regional Narcotics Unit (RENU) facility at 1617 Reading Road, Mount Auburn, according to the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office.

        Arrested were: Lloyd E. Frawley, 27, of Anderson Township, charged with sexual battery, illegal conveyance into a detention facility, and dereliction of duty; Jerry Lunsford, 33, of Delhi Township, charged with two counts of complicity and dereliction of duty; and Mable Geraldine Holloway, 25, of Norwood, charged with dereliction of duty.

        According to the arrest reports, Mr. Frawley bought an alcoholic beverage into the detention facility, failed to perform his assigned duties, and had sexual contact with an inmate.

        Mr. Lunsford is accused of aiding in the conveyance of alcohol into the detention facility and aiding another officer in having sexual contact with an inmate.


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