Erie County Inmate Breaks Off Sprinkler Head, Floods Cell, Then Inserts Sprinkler Into Rectum

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By: Staff Reporter

Frie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports Deputies charged an inmate with two criminal counts after he deliberately set off the sprinkler system at one facility and damaged a sprinkler head at another.

The first incident occurred on November 20 at the Erie County Correctional Facility. On this date, 20-year-old inmate Keinn Moore activated the sprinkler system in his cell. The spraying water caused significant damage to his cell, as well as the housing area and the adjacent housing area.

Then, on December 12 at the holding center, inmate Moore used a sheet to break a sprinkler head away from the pipe in his cell. Hundreds of gallons of water flooded the cell and surrounding areas. Moore proceeded to insert the sprinkler head into his rectum before Deputies removed him from his cell.

Moore is charged with a misdemeanor count of reckless endangerment for the correctional facility’s November 20 incident. He is also charged with a felony count of criminal mischief – damage another’s property for the December 12 incident at the holding center.

The inmate remains at the holding center in administrative segregation under enhanced observation.

The estimated damages to the facilities are over $1000.00.

Moore is remanded to the Sheriff’s Office following his arrest by the Buffalo police for multiple felony counts and is held on $10,000.00 bail.


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