Former supervisor at Community Corrections Center-Lincoln is arrested

Prisons

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — A supervisor at the Community Corrections Center-Lincoln let an inmate use a state-issued cellphone, authorities say.

The Nebraska State Patrol arrested 57-year-old Kelly Surrounded, a behavioral health practitioner supervisor, on Wednesday.

He has resigned from his job, according to the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services.

Under Nebraska law, allowing a prisoner to “have unauthorized visitation or communication” is a Class IV felony.

If Surrounded is convicted, he could serve up to two years in prison.

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