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A third person was also accused in the attempt to deliver prescription drugs to an inmate.
Robert Phillip Patrick Mills
Nicole Jones Draper
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Two Dublin residents were arrested after Montgomery County Jail personnel intercepted mail intended for an inmate that contained prescription medication, according to police.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Robert New said that on June 5, jail staff discovered the letter, which listed a fictitious sender with a fictitious return address.
After the execution of three search warrants and the seizure of numerous items, Robert Phillip Patrick Mills, 28, was charged with conspiracy to deliver drugs to an inmate, and Nicole Jones Draper, 31, was charged with delivery of drugs to an inmate, the release stated.
An arrest warrant for the delivery of drugs to an inmate was also obtained for Justin Harold Price, 24, of Blacksburg, according to the release. That warrant remains outstanding.
The release stated that additional charges may result from further investigation.
“Jail deputies are doing an excellent job searching for and stopping contraband from coming in the jail through mail or by other means,” jail Capt. Kim Haug was quoted saying in the release. “When contraband is found we actively investigate and prosecute to send a message that sending drugs to inmates will not be tolerated.”
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