Prison librarian sentenced for smuggling drugs

Prison librarian sentenced for smuggling drugs
A Stillwater prison librarian was sentenced to seven years of probation for helping inmates check out more than library books. According to a criminal complaint filed in Washington County District Court she tried to smuggle marijuana into the prison, located in Bayport, while she worked as a law librarian at the prison, a job she did once a month. She pleaded guilty to one count of bringing contraband into a state prison. She faces seven years of probation, 30 days of community work service and 30 days on a sentence to service crew.

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