Albany woman charged with bringing drugs into Harrison County Jail

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(Bethany Republican-Clipper) – According to the Bethany Republican-Clipper website, an Albany woman has been charged with passing drugs to other inmates at the Harrison County Jail on at least three occasions in February.

Prosecuting Attorney Cristine Stallings charged Christi L. Brown, 25, with three counts of possessing a controlled substance and delivering drugs into a correctional facility.

According to an affidavit filed by investigating officer Kevin Lawson, Brown admitted that she had smuggled meth into the county jail. The drugs were distributed to inmates in the facility.

One of the inmates, Shane Reynolds, 41, of Stanberry allegedly received a bag of meth and distributed the drugs to other inmates at the county lockup.

A second inmate, Donovan Johnson, 20, of Oklahoma City also received a bag and took it to the men’s cell block, according to the complaint.

Reynolds and Johnson were charged with two counts of possession of drugs and possession of drugs with intent to distribute.

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