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14 ARRESTS MADE IN ILLEGAL CONTRABAND SMUGGLING CONSPIRACY AT BLEDSOE CO. PRISON

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This past week 14 people were arrested in connection with introducing contraband into the Bledsoe County Correctional Complex. The Tennessee Dept. of Correction reports that five civilians and nine inmates of the facility were charged in the conspiracy. Two of the civilians, Sonia Mayes and Chamique Calhoun, are from Chattanooga. The other civilians arrested, all Tennessee residents, were identified as Mitzi Ann Boyd Quillen of Bristol; Helena Bussey-Harris of Nashville; and Patricia Pittman of Memphis. The inmates charged were identified as Malik Phillips; Jesse Harris; Corey Byrd; Timothy Demery; Seth Boyd; Jerry Pittman; Joshua Mooneyham; Jeremy Fleming and Stephen Ezell. Correction Officials have been working with local law enforcement agents for over two years in cutting down the “flow of illegal drugs into Tennessee communities.”


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