East Greenwich woman snuck cell phone to ACI inmate, state police say

Rhode Island State Police share a booking photo of Inesa Vinarskaya.

CRANSTON, R.I. (WLNE) — An East Greenwich woman is accused of sneaking a cell phone to an inmate at the ACI in Cranston last week.

Inesa Vinarskaya, 59, was arrested and charged with conveyance of unauthorized articles to or from institutions.

Rhode Island State Police said the inmate was found in possession of the phone at the Medium Facility on July 28.

Vinarskaya works as a speech therapist for a Department of Corrections contractor, according to state police.

She was released on $5,000 personal recognizance, and is set to appear in court in November.

 

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