2/24/2014 1:14:00 PM Sneaking items into jail gets you into big trouble and be embarrassing, too
Donald Bennett, Jr., 24, 980 W Base Rd, NV is charged with trafficking with an inmate (providing a cell phone), a D felony and trafficking with an inmate, an A misdemeanor (providing tobacco) to an inmate. Bennet was an employee of the jail at the time of his arrest. The investigation began late last year. Upon being interviewed, Bennett allegedly said he took cigarettes in to the inmate because he "felt sorry for him." He later admitted the inmate's girlfriend gave him $100 to sneak the items into the jail. He said he knew he had made a big mistake. Bennett was released OR. Carrie N. Albus, 31, 4603 W Foltz Rd, Dupont has been charged with possession of a controlled substance (Alprazolam or Xanax). She was arrested and taken to the Jennings County Jail on Jan. 18 for a warrant issued for check fraud. As she was being booked, it was discovered she had 4 Marlboro cigarettes and one blue Bic lighter hidden in her brassiere. As a result, she was ordered to be strip searched. Once in the shower, she confessed to having Xanax inside of her wrapped up in plastic., which resulted in the new charge.Charles Michael Bullington, 49, 1755 Country Manor, NV has been charged with dealing in a Schedule II Controlled Substance, a B felony. as well as maintaining a common nuisance, a D felony which involved maintaining a Pontiac Sunbird allegedly used for selling/delivering controlled substances. JCSD Brian Talkington's report noted a confidential informant was used for the controlled buy(s). The CI said Bullington wanted to sell or trade morphine pills for hydroquinone. Bond was set at $40,000. Brian Symons, 39, 8225 N 225 w, NV is charged with residential entry, a D felony, and battery resulting in bodily injury, an A misdemeanor, on Michael W. Bottos, Jr. Thomas H. Dickmeyer II, 33, 'NO JC Jail has been charged with receiving stolen property, a D felony. Allegedly, Dickmeyer sold his grandmother's silver Walther .380 caliber handgun to a neighbor for $100. The gun was stolen Sept. 27 last year.
Posted: Tuesday, February 25, 2014
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Mayberry at its finest. The leadership within the JCSD needs to be changed.