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BCCI inmates charged with smuggling tobacco
Extended sentences expected
Nicholas Vincent Herrin
Two inmates at the Bulloch County Correctional Institute can probably expect extended sentences after being caught smuggling contraband Wednesday. A surprise “shakedown” Wednesday night resulted in the discovery that two inmates - Nicholas Vincent Herrin, 27, and Christopher Steven Wall, 31- smuggled tobacco into the facility, said BCCI Warden Chris Hill. The method by which the men sneaked the tobacco into the work camp is rather extreme; Hill said the men stuffed the contraband into their rectums and later removed it when they returned to their cells.
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