Creative court clerk arranges conjugal visits with inmate, AG charges

July 1, 2014 

JACKSON -- Kimberly Keonna Gibson, 32, of Terry wanted intimate visits with a state inmate, according to the Attorney General's Office.

Problem was, she and the inmate were not married. But she happened to be working as a deputy circuit court clerk in Hinds County. The AG's office says she altered marriage records to make it appear she and the inmate were legally wed in order to qualify for conjugal visits with her man.

Now, a Hinds County grand jury has indicted her for altering public records, the AG's office said today.

U.S. Marshals and the Hinds County Sheriff's Department arrested her at home. She will be prosecuted by the attorney general's Public Integrity Division.

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