Pot, Fighting Charges for Inmates
Fighting and drugs lead to more criminal charges for inmates in the Douglas County Jail.
Inmate From Another Facility tries to Ditch Pot
Travis Williams had just been brought into the Douglas County Jail from another facility, on July 25, when officers noticed the smell of marijuana, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Facebook page.
When a search of nearby inmates started, officers spotted the marijuana in his mouth. Williams attempted to make a run for the toilet and was restrained and the marijuana was recovered.
He now faces additional criminal charges.
'Sticks and Stones' Defense Would have been Better
What started out as an inmate teasing his roommate on July 23, led to a criminal case when Ketori Woods struck the victim in the mouth, according to the Sheriff's Facebook page.
Both inmates were separated and Woods received new charges related to the incident. Woods' roommate recieved stitches to the inside and outside of his lip.