“Nobody comes out to talk to me anymore,” he said of the halfway house. “First of all, it was in the middle of the day,” he claimed.“No way something is going to happen in the middle of the parking lot, no way.The workers claimed Plesnarski would ask to speak to Brown outside because she was her counselor.The pair would then hang out in Plesnarski’s vehicle where the alleged sexual relations occurred and drugs were exchanged, the employees said.Brown, who began serving a sentence for an April 2013 burglary charge has a maximum release date of Feb. An interesting twist of the story is that Plesnarski was dating a New Jersey state trooper at the time of the alleged affair.If the trooper had knowledge of the circumstances, he would be required to report the crime under his oath of office. for the past three years (first in Phillipsburg and now in Trenton).
In fear of being returned to jail, Brown spilled her beans about the romantic involvement with Plesnarski to the halfway house’s authorities.
Despite concerns from workers, CEC spokesman Charles Seigel said the appropriate authorities were notified.
He said NJDOC’s Special Investigation Division was contacted “the day (the company) discovered this.” “Once we contact them, it’s out of our hands,” Seigel added.
The restaurant owner was met with attitude, and the reiteration that it was her counselor, he said.
Bo Robinson pulled Brown and another inmate assigned to work release from the restaurant shortly after, the owner said.