Man pleads not guilty to bringing gun to Monroe Co. Jail
UPDATE: Sources confirm to 13WHAM News that a grand jury dismissed charges against Robert Malinowski.
Rochester, N.Y. – A man working for a food services company at the Monroe County Jail pleaded not guilty Thursday morning.
Robert Malinowski, 47, is accused of walking into the Monroe County Jail through a security checkpoint and having a handgun on him.
Deputies said Malinowski, who lives in Liverpool, was arrested after a review of scanned images and an interview. Malinowski works for Aramark and was at the jail for work.
He is charged with promoting prison contraband in the 1st degree.
Malinowski had bail set at $25,000. He is scheduled to be back in court to be arraigned on June 1 at 9:30 a.m.