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A female detention officer in Oklahoma city was sacked and prosecuted after confessing her love to sign up for one of the male inmates, and it was her job to check out, officials said Friday.
Sharidan Wilson, 20, was let go from her position at the Oklahoma County Jail after less than seven months in the job following a letter to the inmate, and was found by co-workers, and the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office said.
The alleged object of its love, the prisoner Darryl Frost, 23, were booked into the jail on an attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon charges, to Oklahoma City’s KFOR-TV reported.
During his imprisonment, Wilson allegedly took a mobile phone to the Prince in his prison cell and began to correspond with him at all times, in the course of the two weeks, including the time she was on-duty during the night, court documents said.
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Darryl Frost, 23, was booked into Oklahoma County Jail on an attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon charge.
Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office)
Wilson allegedly wrote Prince a letter and gave it to him in his cell . The letter read, “Just know, you’re all I think about, and I’m just waiting for you to get out of there, and so we are trying to get something real,” KFOR-TV reported.
“I would like to talk to you as much as I can,” they said and wrote. “If they come to know that I am the one who is calling you, not only will I lose my job, but I do get locked up, too.”
Deputies said one of the others in the detention officer is suspected of an unprofessional relationship between the Wilson and the Prince and reported the suspicion to a superior. Wilson was sacked on the same day the note was found, the sheriff’s office said. The researchers are also reported to own recorded telephone conversations between the couple, but it is not the disclosure of the content, but because the investigation is still underway, the station reported.
Both the Wilson and the Prince allegedly admitted to their romance, KFOR-TV reported. However, it was unclear whether their relationship went beyond the phone calls and the note.
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Department spokesman Mark Myers said the sheriff’s office to submit to a severe training on how detention officers are to be considered for the treatment of prisoners. He said Wilson’s behavior is certainly broke protocol, but it does not indicate what, if any charges should be filed against former detention officer of the company.