Skip to comments.Inmate rearrested after drugs found in prison uniform after release
Posted on 05/21/2013 5:55:48 PM PDT by DeaconBenjamin
BETHANY NICOLE WILLIAMS, 24 years old of Flippin, called the Detention Center several hours after being released saying she had left a small container in her jail uniform when she was booked out and wanted to retrieve it.
Jail staff searched the uniform BETHANY WILLIAMS had been wearing. They found a small plastic container in one of the pockets. This container had inside of it eight (8) white pills identified as Trazadone and one clear rock substance that tested positive for methamphetamine.
BETHANY WILLIAMS returned to the Detention Center on May 20th at approximately 3:30 PM to retrieve the container. She identified the container as hers and laid claim to it. Thereupon, deputies arrested BETHANY WILLIAMS on two charges. Her probation officer was then called to the Detention Center to administer a drug test. The results of WILLIAMS drug test was positive for methamphetamine.
BETHANY WILLIAMS is being held on charges of:
Possession of Controlled Substances Felony Furnishing Prohibited Articles Felony
She remains in custody in lieu of $15,000 bond on the new charges with a court appearance set in Circuit Court for May 23rd. She also has a hold for a probation violation.
There should be a law against being that stupid!
File this under Brainless? Or under Really Desperate Monkey On Back?
“Hello? Hi, I have a really low IQ and I think it would be best if you locked me up again.”
Dumbass 0scumbag voter, for sure. Throw her in a detox cell for 2 miserable weeks, on gruel and water; then back in jail and spread the word she’s a “cop’s snitch”. Problem solved.
Taxpayer dollars saving the world from ourselves. Yay!
She WAS arrested for her stupidity.
“Hm, yeah... there’s no chance of it being planted? By the officials or the prison populous?”
Also, there’s that whole ‘chain of custody’ thing.
This sounds like a very easy case for her attorney to win.
2) If not, you think the attorney will care?
You just about nailed it.
Croce said: "I met him at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. We were in lineman (telephone) school together. He stayed there about a week, and one evening he turned around and said he was really fed up and tired. He went AWOL, and then came back at the end of the month to get his pay check."
But IANAL and I don't know the specifics here. Maybe the case against her is stronger than it appears. As you imply, a "plead 'em & bleed 'em" attorney who does not care about winning her case would do her no good.
Really REALLY missed her girlfriend(s)? Likes jail food? Beats working for a living? Her version of “going Galt”? Or just another brain addled idiot?
Didn't SHE go back to get it? Then, how could it have been planted?
"BETHANY NICOLE WILLIAMS, 24 years old of Flippin, called the Detention Center several hours after being released saying she had left a small container in her jail uniform when she was booked out and wanted to retrieve it."
"BETHANY WILLIAMS returned to the Detention Center on May 20th at approximately 3:30 PM to retrieve the container. She identified the container as hers and laid claim to it."
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