By: Craig Cheatham
CINCINNATI — A River City Correctional Center employee supervised inmates for nearly three months while there were four active warrants for her arrest.
Court records show Jamila Abdur-Rahman, 38, was charged with felony drug possession, domestic violence, disorderly conduct and possession of drug paraphernalia in March, three months before she began working as a ‘resident supervisor’ at River City.
The warrants for her arrest were issued in August and are still active, according to court records.
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