Authorities: Texas female mailed meth to convicted murderer

(Photo Credit: Wichita County Sheriff's Office)
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title=” (Image Credit: Wichita County Constable’s Workplace)” border =” 0″ src=” http://MEREDITH.images.worldnow.com/images/17246367_G.png?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180721235437 “width= “180”/ > (Image Credit: Wichita County Sheriff’s Workplace). (Meredith)– Authorities in Katy, Texas, jailed a lady after they said she supposedly mailed meth to a founded guilty murderer.

< a href=" https://www.texomashomepage.com/news/local-news/woman-arrested-after-sending-meth-to-murderer-investigators/1313615313" target=” _ blank” > According to KFDX, Sara Elizabeth Russell, 29, has been accused of getting a restricted substance into a reformatory.

The event started when a mailroom employee at the James V. Allred Unit, a jail in Wichita Falls, Texas, discovered a bulge behind a photo on a homemade card. The staff member pulled on it, revealing a clear plan with a white powder-like substance, Click2Houston reported.

Authorities stated the compound tested favorable for meth. They likewise stated the return address on the plan was to Jason Burkett, a prisoner convicted of capital murder after killing 2 young boys in 2001.

Burkett was talked to, however stated he didn’t mail drugs or ask anybody to mail him drugs. Police later discovered Russell’s fingerprints on the bundle and jailed her.

Officials declared Burkett had actually mailed the card to Russell with guidelines to put the drugs inside, then set up to have the package went back to him, cops said.

Russell was given a bond of $10,000.

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