DCSO inmate charged as Suboxone smuggling recipient

Inmate Michael Lee Adams, 28, was formally charged on Monday with receiving contraband into a penal institution, while in custody of the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. We previously reported on the woman that smuggled the Suboxone in, Amy Lynn Cheeves, 35, who is also charged with a felony for introducing the drugs into the facility.

Woman arrested for smuggling drugs to inmate at Nashville jail, via her ‘prison purse’

Teresa Myers, 52, is now her own metro jail cell, until she can post a $7,500 bond. She was initially only there to visit another inmate, Wesley Mullican, however guards became aware she was bringing in drugs in via her lady parts. She is now charged with bringing drugs into a penal institution.

T.D.OC. Inmates on Social Media from Prison (Again): Meet Lance Matlock & Brandon Watson

After years of inmates in Tennessee’s prison systems using cell phones that are smuggled into the institutions to post on social media, contact people on the outside, and even other prisoners, the state has appointed a ‘Chief Interdiction Officer’ within the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC), and appointed Lee Dotson to the post. He began his new role on April 1, 2017, and in the weeks since, he has launched a PR campaign that would appear he’s successful, but is he? We’ve found that cell phones have only gotten cheaper…