An inmate in the Limestone County Jail, Christy Evans, is facing additional charges of Promoting Prison Contraband and Possession of a Controlled Substance after meth and two unidentified pills were found in a plastic bag hidden in her body cavity on Monday.
The jail staff suspected that Evans was under the influence of narcotics based upon signs she was showing throughout the day. A correctional officer found the meth and pills during a thorough search.
Evans' bond on her new charges is $7,500. She was arrested by the Athens Police Department on Sunday on traffic warrants.
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