PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - An Indianapolis woman was arrested after investigators say she tried to traffic drugs into the Putnamville Correctional Facility.
It happened on Tuesday.
The Office of Investigations & Intelligence from the prison said they received information that 25-year-old Keysha Andrews would try to traffic a package into the prison during her next visit.
On Tuesday, when she went to visit the offender, investigators say they witnessed Andrews try to hand a package off.
She was quickly escorted out of the visiting area and questioned.
That is when investigators say she admitted to trafficking the drugs.
A field test of the package showed there was marijuana, suboxone, and meth inside.
Andrews was arrested and charged with trafficking with an inmate, dealing a schedule III controlled substance, dealing meth, and dealing marijuana.
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