A lady visiting Hazelton penitentiary on Dec. 19 was arrested after she allegedly tried to go a managed substance to an inmate in a visiting room.
Deputy J.T. Knotts, with the Preston County Sheriff’s Division, reported he was referred to as to the jail complicated after a feminine customer, recognized as Sakile Grace Fidderman, 23, of Fort Washington, Md., handed a managed substance to an inmate.
On scene, Knotts said he spoke with Fidderman and reviewed a surveillance video of the visiting room that reveals the lady “go a black bundle containing a pack of suspected Suboxone strips to the inmate utilizing her left hand.”
Whereas the deputy spoke with Fidderman, Hazelton workers searched the car she arrived in and located a bag that contained eight packages much like the one seen within the video.
Knotts mentioned one of many packages was opened and a considerable amount of Suboxone strips had been discovered inside.
Fidderman is being charged with one depend of possession with intent to distribute a schedule III managed substance.
Fidderman was arraigned by Preston County Justice of the Peace Peggy S. Pase, who set bond at $50,000.
Pase added a be aware to Fidderman’s bond stating, “don’t use, promote, or possess any medicine or paraphernalia/ don’t be on the USP Hazelton or on the property of the Hazelton jail for any cause.”
As of Thursday afternoon, Fidderman was being held at Tygart Valley Regional Jail.