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Louisiana State Penitentiary Guard Arrested For Hiding Drugs In Subway Sandwich

Posted by Alex K. Kriksciun | Jul 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

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Not all of my stories and blog posts have to be serious.  Take this one for example.

Apparently, Jeffery Day, of Centreville, MS, a guard at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola thought it would be a good idea to try and smuggle drugs into Louisiana's only maximum-security prison.

He was caught with 4.8 ounces of marijuana and 3.6 grams of synthetic marijuana tucked into a Subway sandwich in his vehicle.

This begs the following questions:

  1. Was the sandwich a 6-incher or a footlong?  I have trouble imagining fitting a quarter pound of weed and/or mojo into a 6-inch, but stranger things have happened.

  2. Was the sandwich one where it would be difficult to stash stuff?  I can't imagine concealing nearly 5 oz of contraband in a turkey or ham sandwich.  Too obvious, that one.  I would have tried tuna and buried it into that goop Subway tells us is some sort of fish product.

  3. What sort of toppings did he have on the sandwich?  I would think as many as possible.  Then again, you can't cover weed with mayonnaise and call it aioli.   

  4. Did this guy really think he was going to get away with it?  If so, he's an idiot.

On a more serious note, Louisiana corrections officials take these contraband charges very seriously.  This is particularly true with cell phones and narcotics.  If you or any of your family members have been charged with possession of contraband in a correctional facility, or any other crime for that matter, call the Law Office of Alex Kriksciun today!

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Alex K. Kriksciun

Attorney at Law/Notary Public Alex K. Kriksciun has devoted most of his legal career to defending the rights of people accused of crimes and the rights of people harmed by the negligence of others.  Whether the case involves a municipal citation, a life imprisonment without parole case, a wrongf...

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