The list of Rikers Island guards accused of abusing inmates continues to grow longer. Correction Officer Timothy Munroe, 24, of Brooklyn was indicted on charges of assault, falsifying business records and offering a false instrument for filing, among others, the NY Times reports.

The city’s Department of Investigation has uncovered at least three incidents in which Munroe had abused his power and inmates, punching a 20-year-old in January and in separate incidents a month earlier the guard allegedly slapped a 17-year-old inmate and then punched an 18-year-old inmate in the face, leaving him seriously injured.
It was after the January assault, however, that Munroe began falsifying reports, reporting he was on special assignment at the time of the incidents, to keep his hands clean of the abuse.

The Daily News adds that the assaults occurred two months after Christopher Robinson, 18, was beaten to death for refusing to join a fight club supervised by correction officers.

Munroe, who has been a correction officer since 2006, was suspended from his $45,000-a-year position in January and has been on modified duty since. He was arraigned Thursday in State Supreme Court in the Bronx and ordered held on $100,000 bond.