Kiss of death in prison, passes drugs to her inmate friend and he dies: 33  year  old arrested

Kiss of death in prison, passes drugs to her inmate friend and he dies: 33 year old arrested

Rachel Dollard, 33, of Tennessee, United States, is accused of murder after her boyfriend, who was being held at Only Prison, died of an overdose: during a visit, she kissed him a balloon containing half a gram of methamphetamine It would then burst in his stomach and kill him.

Kiss of death in prison passes drugs to her inmate

A Tennessee, USA woman is charged with murderdeadly kiss“.

rachel dollard, 33 years old, he was visiting joshua brown, The 30-year-old is serving an 11-year sentence for drug offenses at the Turney Center Industrial Complex jail in Only. The facts happened in February, but the story wasn’t told by the Stars and Stripes press until the past few hours.

During the visit, which took place on February 19, the couple was spotted kissing, so Dollard presented Brown with a half-gram pack methamphetamineaccording to the Department of Correction of Tennesseewhich the inmate then has swallowed and then probably restore later.

Kristina Gallo, her boyfriend’s threats in the chat: “I’ll open your head, I’ll take you to death”

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Shortly thereafter, he was transferred to the hospital, where he eventually died, e.g overdose after rupturing the envelope with methamphetamine in his stomach.

His sentence would expire in 2029.

Rachal Dollard was taken into custody this weekend by special agents from the Tennessee Department of Justice (TDOC) and the Dickson County Sheriff’s Department on behalf of Hickman County.

She is charged with murder in Brown’s death, for which she risks a minimum of 15 to a maximum of 15 60 years imprisonmentand smuggling into a criminal facility.

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“I really don’t think my daughter is guilty,” the woman’s mother told NBC News.

“This incident highlights the real dangers that smuggling into prisons can pose,” he commented david imhof, Director of TDOC’s Office of Investigations and Conduct, adding, “We will prosecute anyone who threatens the safety of our staff, the men and women in our custody and our facilities.”

It is not the first time such an episode has occurred. As early as 2017, the New York Times recalls, Melissa Ann Blair of Oregon was sentenced to two years in prison after her fiance anthony powell, The then-inmate died from his “methamphetamine-filled” kiss: he handed him seven tiny balloons containing the drug, and two eventually ruptured in Mr. Powell’s stomach, killing him.