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Juvenile detention officer resigns, accused of sexual contact with inmate

Man was accused of having sexual contact with female inmate

By Josh Jarman
The Columbus Dispatch 

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ohio — An officer at the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center has resigned amid allegations he had sexual contact with an inmate.

Todd M. Watson, 36, of Reynoldsburg, resigned from his job as a juvenile detention officer on June 4, about a month after an investigation began into allegations that he touched a female inmate inappropriately while working an overnight shift.

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