Plano woman sent books with weed hidden inside to inmate, police say – Dallas News (blog)
A Plano woman was arrested this month after she was accused of sending a prison inmate books with synthetic weed hidden inside.
The Times Record NewsÂ in Wichita Falls reports that Lydia Margaret Mann was arrested a week ago and charged with sending a prohibited substance to a correctional facility.
In this case, the correctional facility was the James V. Allred Unit in Iowa Park, just outside Wichita Falls. The substance wasÂ synthetic cannabinoids, commonly referred to as K2.
It’s unclear whom the drugs were being sent to, but they arrived in hardcover books from “Great Books,” a post office box registered to Mann, authorities say.
Fingerprints found on the book matched Mann’s, and the substance found hidden inside the books tested positive forÂ tetrahydrocannabinol, the active chemical in cannabis.
Mann has since been released from the Collin County Jail on $3,500 bond, the Times Record News reports.
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