Florida corrections officer accused of smuggling weed and meth into jail

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A corrections officer at Duval County jail in Jacksonville, Fl. faces multiple felony charges just three weeks after the police launched a probe into allegations that he had smuggled marijuana, meth and other contraband into the facility. Officer Hunter Jean, who had been a corrections officer for almost four years, faces charges of delivering and distributing methamphetamine, delivering and distributing marijuana and introducing contraband into a detention facility. “It is without pleasure that I announce this morning the arrest of one of our employees,” Pat Ivey, an undersheriff with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (JSO), said during <a href="%7B%22provider_name%22:%22YouTube%22,%22provider_url%22:%22https:%5C/%5C/www.youtube.com%5C/%22,%22object_url%22:%22https:%5C/%5C/www.youtube.com%5C/watch?v=fDm1Xx-iehQ%22,%22html%22:%22%22,%22type%22:%22oembed%22,%22channels%22:%5B%22desktop%22,%22tablet%22,%22phone%22%5D%7D”>a press conference . Prison guard flushes freedom down the toilet by allegedly attempting to smuggle contraband to inmates Net fail: Drone delivering weed to friends in jail downed when caught in security fence Drone drops cell phone and weed to inmate in Ohio jail yard The investigation ended Nov. 8, after officers intercepted some cigarettes and meth that was being delivered to the jail that same morning, Ivey told reporters. The package containing the drugs was immediately seized. “None of the drugs from this delivery are in the hands of any inmates at this time.” While being interviewed, Jean “gave some specifics…

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