Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, photo provided by Racine
County Sheriff's Office shows Jonathan Kwiatkowski at
the Racine County jail in Racine, Wis. Kwiatkowski
appeared in court Monday on the felony charges. The
Kenosha News reports Kwiatkowski is accused of
sexually assaulting a female inmate who was in the
jail's work release program.
KENOSHA — Bond is set at
$50,000 for a former Kenosha County Detention Center
supervisor charged with sexually assaulting an inmate.
Jonathan Kwiatkowski (kuh-TOW'-skee) appeared in court
Monday on the felony charges. The Kenosha News reports (http://bit.ly/1UYV21f
) Kwiatkowski is accused of sexually assaulting a female
inmate who was in the jail's work release program.
Kwiatkowski resigned his
position as a supervising officer at the jail last October
during an internal investigation involving Kenosha County
Sheriff's Department policy violations. He had worked at the
jail since 2009.
The complaint alleges
Kwiatkowski sexually assaulted the woman in July when she
came in to have her ankle monitor switched to her other leg.
He's charged with
second-degree sexual assault by corrections staff and
misconduct in office. His attorney did not immediately
return a phone call Monday.