Lamont Williams, a former Indianapolis women’s prison guard, was arrested on Monday, March 7th for having sex with an inmate, according to Indiana State Police. Williams informed investigators that he couldn’t help himself. According to court documents:
He had “never been a weak person” in the past, but when he had sex with an inmate while working at the Indiana Women’s Prison, he “was just weak.”
An inmate told authorities that she had sex with Williams on two different occasions, first in Oct. 2014 and again in Jan. 2015.
To help investigators link Williams to the crime, she saved some of his DNA during oral sex. While Williams originally denied the claims, he later admitted it. Williams is being held at the Marion County Adult Processing Center on a $15,000 bond, the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office said.
And then there was Marco Simmons. Simmons was a former supervisor at a Marion County’s work-release facility. He was arrested March in Marion County with three counts of trafficking with an inmate, two counts of bribery, two counts of official misconduct and one count of sexual misconduct.
Simmons is accused of bringing in a cellphone and OxyContin tablets into the work-release facility. In return, the inmate paid him $700.
In addition, Simmons exchanged sex with an inmate with the promise of getting rid of her dirty urine. The inmate obliged his offer however, the day after, the inmate still tested positive for cocaine and opiates during her drug test.
According to the NY Daily Post, when investigators confiscated two phones the inmate had, one showed a long sexting exchange between Simmons and the woman, where he was listed as “Handsome” in the contacts.