The police have reported that a prison officer had s3x with a 17-year-old juvenile offender, and was heard telling him ‘Next time I want you to say my name,’.
The police have reported that a prison officer had s3x with a 17-year-old juvenile offender, and was heard telling him ‘Next time I want you to say my name,’. Jumishia Baker, 21, is said to have had s3x with the inmate at the Swanson Center for Youth in Monroe, Louisiana, in late August and early September this year. One of Baker’s colleagues submitted a report to bosses after Baker allegedly told them she’d had s3x with the boy.
Later that day, another co-worker is said to have seen Baker and the boy walk towards a storeroom, before spending an extended period of time with him inside it. That co-worker is said to have asked the boy what had been going on after he and Baker exited the room, only for the youngster to reply ‘I can’t tell you because I don’t know if you’ll snitch.’
The second worker allegedly heard Barker whispering ‘Next time I want you to say my name’ to the inmate while they sat at a table later the same morning. Two days after the storeroom incident, the co-worker that witnessed Baker and the boy go into the area was handed a note by the boy and asked to pass it to Baker. It is said to have confessed his love for Baker, with the missive instead turned over to bosses at the facility.
Baker was subsequently questioned by an investigator and is said to have admitted having s3x with the boy twice. It was reported that Baker claimed her behavior was a mistake, and that she knew she should not have done it. She said she acted of her own volition, and had not been bribed or blackmailed by the boy, it is alleged.
Surveillance camera footage later showed Baker and the boy entering an office on four occasions across August and September for various lengths of time. The age of consent in Louisiana is 17, with Baker now charged with felony malfeasance in office – sexual conduct with a prisoner. She was booked into the Ouachita Correctional Center and has since been freed on a $5,000 bond.