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Ark. Inmate Leaves Meth in County Vehicle

November 17, 2017

An inmate at the Cleburne County (Ark.) jail left a small amount of methamphetamine inside a county vehicle, leading to a bigger drug bust, KAIT8 reported.

The Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division received a tip that a small amount of meth had been left in a vehicle used for the jail’s work-release program.

After finding the meth in the county vehicle, officers searched the jail’s housing pod and found over 30 grams hidden.

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