By Davy V.
When can you rape 7 women and post a $ 5,000 (as in five thousand dollars) bail and go home, free to rape again?
When you are a former Sergeant with the Monroe County, NY Sheriff’s department.
Robert Wilson, 41, of Greece, NY, a former Monroe County Sheriff’s Sergeant employed at the Monroe County Jail, in Henrietta. NY was charged in an indictment unsealed Friday morning.
Wilson is charged with one count of third-degree criminal sex act, two counts of third-degree rape, both felonies, 12 counts of second-degree sex abuse, seven counts of official misconduct, and one count of patronizing a prostitute.
The count of patronizing a prostitute did not occur at the jail.
The rapes occured while Wilson was employed at the Monroe County Jail.
Wilson was arraigned at the Hall of Justice Friday morning, where his bail was set at only$5,000 cash, $10,000 bond.
Wilson posted bail and was released before noon.
If convicted, Robert Wilson faces up to 12 years in state prison.
Recently, the Monroe County, NY Sheriff’s office, under the leadership of Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn has been under the spotlight involving several high profile incidents of misconduct and corruption.
In August of 2011, Monroe County, N.Y. Sheriff’s Investigator Andrew White was charged with two felony counts of sex abuse, criminal obstruction of breathing, forcible touching and acting in a manner to injure a child, after he entered a woman’s home, held her down against her will and sexually abused her.
In a seperate incident, White was intoxicated when he forced the woman into a bathroom, yelled at her and touched her inappropriately. When the woman’s teenage son tried to intervene, court documents show the woman stated “That’s when he grabbed me by the throat, pushed me against the wall and squeezed my throat so hard that I could barely breath.”
White resigned from the Monroe County Sheriff’s department after he was indicted by a Monroe County Grand Jury.
On May 25, 2012 Monroe County, NY Sheriff’s department Sergeant Paul Doser was charged with felony DWI after flipping his vehicle over with a 6 year old child inside.
Then, on June 1, 2012 Monroe County, NY Sheriffs deputies Shaun LeClair and Matt Clancy executed an innocent family dog, on his own property, shooting the dog in the back of the head.
I held two protest rallies after the execution of that innocent dog.
I will be updating this post.