When the delivery truck was searched, investigators located 30 milk cartons that contained marijuana, tobacco, and 12 cell phones. Adams said he had been approached by an inmate to bring contraband into the prison.
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Adams admitted to meeting with an individual the day prior to exchange milk cartons for $200 and being paid about $2,000 for delivering contraband to the prison. Adams had $1,000 cash in his truck, which was seized and forfeited.
In February, a state trooper obtained a warrant to search the car of a recreational therapist at Warren Correctional Institution, located next to Lebanon Correctional Institution on Ohio 63 in Turtlecreek Twp.
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The warrant alleged the therapist who has not been charged “has been conveying contraband, to include but not limited to tobacco, marijuana, and heroin into the prison for several years.”
Forrnshell said no other charges have yet been filed.