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Woman accused of passing drugs to Lawton Geo Inmate

LAWTON, Okla._An Enid woman was jailed Sunday night after she was accused of trying to smuggle drugs into Lawton's Geo Prison that police say were concealed inside her body.

Police were called to the prison after guards allegedly spotted 50-year-old Renee Perry trying to hand off the drugs to an inmate she was visiting.

Police say the bag of drugs was filled with a buffet of contraband including methamphetamine, marijuana, tobacco and unidentified pills.

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