Jail employee Robinson pleads 'not guilty'
Brett Lindsey Robinson, a jail technician at the Washington County Jail, pleaded not guilty to sexual misconduct with an inmate at her arraignment Friday morning, Aug. 29.
The indictment outlined 12 counts against her: six felony charges of custodial sexual misconduct in the first degree and six counts of official misconduct in the first degree.
Robinson, 32, is the second jail employee in a month to be charged with custodial sexual misconduct.
Jill Ann Curry, 38, was charged with sexual misconduct with the same inmate that occurred in the same time frame, May and June 2014. Neither woman reportedly knew of the others activities with the incarcerated man.
Currys court date, Dec. 10, was scheduled at a pre-trial hearing on Monday, Aug. 25. She is pleading not guilty.
The next step for Robinson and her attorney, Paul Hood, is a pre-trial conference Sept. 15.JW_DISQUS_ADD_A_COMMENT