A food service vendor for Michigan’s correction system is in trouble once again.
The incident resulted in the dismissal of an Aramark Correctional Services worker.
Prison investigators have been unable to determine who brought bullets into a maximum security facility in December.
Prison guard Kevin Ott was left with a fractured skull and stabbed multiple times after being attacked by an inmate with a lock hidden inside a sock.
A fired Michigan prison food service worker has filed a whistle-blower complaint, saying she lost her job for reporting falsified records and kitchen practices that endangered health and food safety.
Ed Buss told reporters in Lansing that better staffing alleviates other problems, and overall performance of Aramark Correctional Services “needs to be much better.”
The prison food service worker allegedly approached an inmate about arranging to have another inmate killed.
It’s at least the second case of an Aramark employee being accused of smuggling drugs since the company began a $145-million contract with Michigan in December.
Gov. Rick Snyder has hired the former chief of prisons in Florida and Indiana to oversee Michigan’s troubled three-year, $145M contract with a company supplying inmates with food.
Gov. Rick Snyder said the transition to Aramark has seen “errors on both sides of the relationship.”