Late last June, 2017 a Georgia woman confessed to hiding contraband outside of Central State Prison in West Macon.
According to an arrest warrant she was charged with “trading with inmates,” where she hid 72 packs of Bugler tobacco, four packs of rolling papers, three cans of Kodiac chewing tobacco and five bic lighters all stuffed into a trash bag.
The stashed contraband was said to be “in the rear of the prison grounds” at the Fulton Mill Road prison. The inmate she supposedly left the contraband for was a 44 year old serving 20 years for a 2006 armed robbery and kidnapping in Elbert County northeast of Athens, GA.
The warrant issued didn’t relate the woman’s connection, if any, to the prisoner.