Woman accused of trying to sneak pot to inmate
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published October 11, 2006
MARIANNA - The ice cream container had a green substance in it, but it wasn't pistachio.
Jackson County's sheriff's office said a woman was arrested Sunday for trying to bring marijuana hidden in an ice cream container to an inmate.
Lacheral Williams, 27, was charged with the introduction of contraband to a correctional facility after she was searched by an employee at Sunland Pathways, sheriff's Maj. John Dennis said.
Authorities said they found "a green leafy substance" in a pint-sized ice cream container Williams had brought with her when she came to visit a resident of the forensic unit for developmentally disabled offenders.
No one else was charged because the marijuana never made its way to a resident, authorities told the Jackson County Floridan.
The 34-bed Sunland Pathways facility is surrounded by a fence with razor wire, and is meant for offenders who have been judged high-functioning but borderline mentally retarded.
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