INMATE SEARCH FINDS METH IN BODY CAVITY
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) – An inmate in the Limestone County Jail is facing additional charges after meth and two unidentified pills were found in a plastic bag hidden in her body cavity.
WAAY-TV reports the inmate, Christy Evans, faces charges of promoting prison contraband and possession of a controlled substance.
The jail staff suspected she was under the influence of narcotics based on signs thoughout the day. A correctional officer found the items Monday.
Evans’ bond on her new charges is $7,500.
She was in custody following an arrest Sunday by the Athens Police Department on traffic warrants.
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10/23/2018 1:57:43 PM (GMT -5:00)