Smuggling Drugs Into Jail
David Weiner - August 5, 2013 11:40 am
A Salina woman who was put in jail to serve a weekend term for a failed urinalysis test was charged with three new felony crimes after being admitted into jail.
Inmates were quick to call out Bridget Fleming, 38, who decided to smuggle drugs into her cell by way of a body crevice; they knew they didn’t want any part in more criminal activity.
Fleming reportedly cut the finger of a rubber glove and filled it with medication that she thought she would need while serving her weekend sentence for an earlier crime.
The rubber finger filled with opiates was soon discovered when Fleming was given up by other inmates.
Fleming is now being charged with trafficking, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of opiates, all on top her weekend sentence for a failed urinalysis test.