PA: Coloring book used in jail drug smuggling scheme

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March 30, 2011
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"Three inmates and their loved ones were charged with attempting to smuggle drugs into a New Jersey jail on the pages of a children's coloring book, authorities said on Tuesday. The drug, Subozone, normally used to treat heroin addiction but itself classified as a controlled dangerous substance, was dissolved into a paste and then painted into the coloring book, said Cape May County Sheriff Gary Schaffer. Pages with 'To Daddy' scribbled on top were sent to the prisoners at the jail in Cape May, New Jersey." (03/30/11)

 

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