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Friday, June 10, 2005

Pot found inside inmate's peanut butter-jelly sandwich

Associated Press

THOMASVILLE, Ga. - There was more than P-B-and-J in one prisoner's sandwich. Authorities say there was P-O-T, too.

According to jailers in Thomas County, Ga., prisoner Curtis Hall had some marijuana hidden in his peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich. Thomas County Prison officials say Hall returned from an outside work detail with the sandwich.

Guards say they found about three grams of marijuana wrapped in plastic between the peanut butter and the jelly. Hall is now in a new jam, charged with drug possession. He'll also be transferred to a different prison.


  • I strongly believe you shouldn't charge that prisoner because where were the correction officers when he got that much drugs in the first place. I strongly believe that the officers played a BIG part in this deviant behavior.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:50 PM  

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