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Work camp inmates charged in attempt to obtain contraband
Arrest pending for suspect who left items at work site
Clifford Daniel Hadley
Three inmates of the Bulloch County Correctional Institute face felony charges for involvement in a plot to obtain contraband while incarcerated – mainly tobacco. Possession of tobacco is not a crime, unless one is in jail or prison, said Deputy Warden Wayne “Bubba” Smith. But for an inmate, possession of the contraband, or even an attempt to do so, is a felony.
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