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Former Dublin FCI Warden Charged With Additional Counts Of Sexual Abuse

A federal grand jury indicted former Dublin FCI warden Ray Garcia on eight additional counts of sexual abuse on Tuesday, August 30, 2022.

Last year, Garcia faced an indictment of two counts of sexually abusing one of the inmates at Dublin FCI, the incidents occurring between December 2019 and March 2020. Garcia allegedly took pictures of a naked inmate and asked another inmate to strip for him. Investigators also claimed to have found “hundreds of graphic photos on Garcia’s work-issued phone and computer,” – CBS News.

Additionally, Garcia was accused of two counts of abusive sexual contact with another inmate between January and July 2021. Garcia also faced indictments for falsely reporting his alleged sexual crimes to government officials.

According to the prosecutors, Garcia’s trial is set for November, and he is currently out of custody. If convicted, Garcia faces a maximum of fifteen years for each count of sexual abuse, a maximum of two years for each count of abusive sexual contact, and up to eight years for allegedly making false statements to government officials.


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