Corrections Officer Indicted On Sexual Assault Charges Involving A Baltimore Inmate


On Wednesday, a Baltimore grand jury indicted a Central Booking correctional officer for multiple sexual assaults that occurred in November 2016.

The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office released a statement on Friday, saying Cpl. Ambrose Obinna-Warrior, 37, was charged with three counts of second-degree assault, three counts of sexual contact between a correction officer and an inmate, misconduct in office and other sexual offenses.


Central Booking Officer Charged With Sexual Assault

Prosecutors provided only minor details about the allegations, but they did say the indictment was related to sexual assaults that occurred on three separate occasions between November 12 and November 28 of last year.

Obinna-Warrior, from Owings Mills, will be arraigned at Courthouse West on June 23.

“This matter is still under investigation,” State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said in a statement. “If anyone has any information as it relates to sexual assaults that may have been carried out by this correctional officer, we encourage you to come forward.”

Anonymous tips can be called in to the tip line at 443-660-6323.

Stephen Moyers, the Department of Public Safety and Corrections Secretary, said he is working with other elected officials to eliminate alleged abuses and misconduct in state correctional facilities.

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