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Pain Killers Crushed, Hidden Underneath A Stamp And Mailed To Pasco County Inmate

When it comes to creativity it is a shame so many people put their efforts towards breaking the law rather than using the time they spend coming up with these ideas for good. Take the case of 53-year-old Virgina L. Jacobs of New Port Richey. The woman was arrested for introducing contraband into a detention facility and failure to appear on a driving with a suspended license charge after she allegedly crushed up oxycodone and morphine, hid it under postcard stamps and mailed it to her husband in Pasco County jail.

Robert Jacobs is in jail for failing to appear on paraphernalia and drug charges. He previously spent four years in prison for DUI. The sheriff’s office began allowing only postcards to inmates to stop the flow of contraband into the jail but it seems postcards were not a good enough solution to stop some enterprising criminals.

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