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CrimeCorrections officer charged after getting pregnant by inmate, warrant says

01:00  22 may  2019
01:00  22 may  2019 Source:   wyff4.com

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Corrections officer charged after getting pregnant by inmate, warrant says © WYFF News 4 Kirkland Correctional Institution

A 29-year-old corrections officer is facing charges after she is accused of getting pregnant by an inmate, according to an arrest warrant.

Greshica Jene Brown, an officer serving at Kirkland Correctional Institution, was arrested Tuesday on charges of first-degree sexual misconduct with an inmate and misconduct in office.

The arrest warrant says Brown, who is from Columbia, had sex with an inmate between June and December of 2018, resulting in her becoming pregnant.

The warrant, served by Department of Corrections Police, said cellphone messages and Facebook posts between the inmate and Brown led to her arrest.

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