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Arrested: Woman caught trying to smuggle contraband into prison

Lynsey Brown (Source Lawton Police Department) Lynsey Brown (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –A woman found herself behind bars after she tried to smuggle in contraband to a GEO inmate.

Lynsey Brown was caught trying to smuggle marijuana, tobacco and pills into GEO Sunday afternoon. A prison supervisor said Brown was caught with five baggies of contraband. A female corrections officer searched Brown and found the following:

Baggie 1-Marijuana and 20 clonazepam pills.
Baggie 2-Marijuana
Baggie 3-Tobacco
Baggie 4-Marijuana
Baggie 5-Marijuana

Each baggie had a relatively small amount of marijuana or tobacco.

Brown was arrested and taken to the Lawton City Jail. While in jail, she told police she had a 5-year-old that was with a family friend that lives in Ardmore. The Ardmore Police Department was called to check the welfare of the child.

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