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Friday, August 14, 2015

A Niagara County Jail corrections officer was charged Tuesday with 
bringing contraband into the jail when he delivered a package with food
TOWN OF LOCKPORT — The contraband Niagara County Jail Corrections Officer John Dale is accused of delivering to an inmate was food, according to a recent report issued from the Niagara County Sheriff's Office.

According to the report, Dale was delivered a package by a woman to his Niagara Falls home on Tuesday. He then delivered the package — containing food — to an inmate at the jail. Dale was charged with accepting a bribe and introducing contraband to the prison for his actions.

The report states that NCSO had recieved a complaint regarding Dale passing contraband to jail inmates "on a regular basis." It further says that investigators surveiled Dale on Tuesday, when they saw "a female walk up to the front door of Mr. Dale's home and hand Mr. Dale a package, which he accepted. Mr. DALE was then observed taking the package from his home and transporting it to the Niagara County Jail where he introduced the package into the jail. Upon a further investigation by members of the Niagara County Jail and this writer it was found that Mr. Dale had passed off food to an inmate in the Jail. Mr. Dale was then removed from the jail and questioned by this writer at the Niagara County Sheriff's Office. Mr. Dale was subsequently arrested on the charges of Bribe Recieving in the 3rd Degree, Official Misconduct, as well as Promoting Prison Contraband in the 2nd Degree. Mr. Dale was then transported to the Town of Lockport Court where he was arraigned and remanded to the Niagara County Jail in lieu of $2500 bail. "


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