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Apparent attempt to pass drugs into jail foiled

Posted: March 11, 2014 - 2:05pm

Nonfinancial identity fraud at 955 Carson Cove, George Mackey CPA.

The person reporting told police she is a lawyer, and she found a package on her desk that was addressed to an inmate currently incarcerated at Faulkner County Unit 1. The package was addressed as if it was from her, according to the report. 

Inside were legal documents. 

The officer responding noticed some of the pages were glued together, and he went outside to examine what appeared to be a dark mass in the middle of the pages. 

When the officer opened the glued pages he observed about six grams of marijuana. Another mass inside other glued pages contained two grams of cocaine, according to the report. 

Police are looking into the matter because it appears someone attempted to use fraudulent legal documentation to pass narcotics to an inmate in jail. 


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bekael 03/14/14 - 01:48 pm

This story makes no sense. A lawyer from the CPAs office? called police to turn in the package? But doesn't know where it came from? Or why it would be on her desk? Strange......

Courtney Spradlin
Courtney Spradlin 03/14/14 - 02:14 pm
I believe the lawyer works

I believe the lawyer works out of the already established CPA office.

The report read that she just found the package on her desk out of the blue.

And I don't really know why the sender would assume it would be placed in the outgoing mail, but maybe he or she knows a little bit about the schedule there.

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