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More drugs, contraband found in prison

Posted: Apr 13, 2018 3:48 PM Updated:

Drugs and other contraband are found during a perimeter check at the Mangilao prison Thursday afternoon. Officers found a black container wrapped in tape inside the buffer zone near the basketball court around 1:21pm yesterday.

It contained re-sealable bags with marijuana and a crystal-like substance, as well as, two lighters, various drug paraphernalia, two metal brackets, and a 10" metal bolt.

DOC's internal affairs and GPD's Mandana Drug Task Force are investigating.

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