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Report: Two More Women Accuse Former Ashland Corrections Officer

Report: Two More Women Accuse Former Ashland Corrections Officer

March 20, 2017 08:20 PM

In a federal civil lawsuit filed against officials with the Ashland County Jail and the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, a woman says former Ashland County Corrections Officer Christopher Bond had repeated sexual contact with her while she was an inmate. Now, the Ashland Daily Press says two other women also told police they had sexual contact with the same officer while inmates at the county jail.

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The Daily Press also reports that according to that police report they obtained through an open records request with the Ashland Police Department, the woman who filed the lawsuit allegedly told an investigator with the Ashland Police Department she had a consensual relationship with the former officer outside of the jail for two years.

The plaintiff's lawyer, Craig Haukaas, says he's aware of the police and news reports, but declined to comment at this time.

Eyewitness News has also filed for a copy of the police report with the Ashland Police Department, but that request has not been granted as of Monday.


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