Inmates accused of sharing meth in Woods County Jail
March 18, 2018
When reports surfaced of meth being shared by inmates in the Woods County Jail, the inmates were questioned and urine tests were administered. Eight of the 11 inmates tested positive for methamphetamine.
According to court documents, Woods County Deputy Adam Honeyman learned of the situation on March 9 about 10 a.m. An inmate said he was forced into using the meth or facing physical violence from two other inmates, Cody Shane Glitsch and John Dale Pendergraft.
Members of the sheriff’s department searched the bullpen cell where the drugs were reportedly shared. They also searched inmates...
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