It was the kiss of death.
A Tennessee woman was accused of kissing and leaking meth to an inmate during her jail visit, and she was charged with murder after the inmate died. , officials said.
Rachel Dollard, 33, Hidden The allegedTennessee Department of Corrections put a balloon containing half an ounce of velocity in her mouth in a statement Tuesday and verbally told Joshua Brown of the Turney Center Industrial Park in February only.
Brown — was serving an 11-year sentence on drug-related charges — died at a local hospital of an overdose, the Department of Corrections said. .
Dollard was arrested last weekend on a deadly smooch charge and charged with second-degree murder and smuggling into prison, according to people familiar with the matter.
"This case shows the real dangers and ensuing consequences of bringing contraband into prison," said David Imhof, director of TDOC's Investigations and Action Division. rice field.
"Our agency will pursue indictments against our staff, the men and women in our custody, and individuals who threaten the safety and security of our facilities."
In 2017, Melissa Ann Blair of Oregon was sentenced to two years in prison after her inmate's boyfriend died from a meth-laden kiss.
His stomach ruptured and he died of methamphetamine poisoning, according to prosecutors.