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Sheriff: Alvin S. Glenn corrections officer sold cell phone to inmate

Valshawn Frazier (Source: Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center) Valshawn Frazier (Source: Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center)
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

An Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center corrections officer stands accused of bringing a cell phone to the facility and selling it to an inmate.

Richland County Sheriff's deputies arrested Valshawn Frazier, 34, and charged her with misconduct in office and contraband.

Investigators say Frazier brought the cell phone and a charger into the detention center and sold it for $125.

The cell phone turned up during a random search and was immediately confiscated.

Frazier turned herself in to deputies at the detention center.

No word on when a bond hearing will be held for Frazier.

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