Langston Reserve Officer Charged With Unauthorized Entry Into Jail
OKLAHOMA CITY - A Langston reserve officer is charged with unauthorized entry into a prison institution to visit his fiancé at the Oklahoma County Jail.
Court documents show 60-year-old Dawud Ali made six unauthorized visits to the jail between September and November of 2011.
Ali was under investigation for logging into the Oklahoma County Jail to see an inmate but listing his agency as Logan instead of Langston in order to gain access to the female inmate. He's also accused of passing the woman contraband during the visits.
Ali hasn't been arrested or booked, but he has been charged with six counts of unauthorized entry into a prison institution.