K-9 finds meth, marijuana in contraband bust at Georgia state prison

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. — A contraband bust at a Georgia state prison led to the seizure of over 500 grams of marijuana and more than 500 grams of meth.

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On July 3, K-9 officers at Baldwin State Prison intercepted contraband before it made its way into the facility.


According to Georgia Department of Corrections, officers seized:

  • cellphones
  • cables
  • hotspots
  • charging blocks
  • tools
  • 2,000-plus grams of tobacco
  • 500-plus grams of marijuana
  • 500-plus grams of meth

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It’s unclear if officials made any arrests or if anyone is facing charges. Officials didn’t give an exact location of where the contraband was seized.