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Woman gets probation in Jackson County jail smuggling scheme


September 19, 2018

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A 37-year-old Kansas City woman who helped smuggle contraband into the Jackson County jail will serve four months of home confinement as part of her probation.

Janikkia Lashay Carter was sentenced Tuesday in Kansas City for participating in a conspiracy to smuggle cellphones and other prohibited items into the jail.

The Kansas City Star reports federal prosecutors didn't oppose probation because Carter suffers serious health problems, which require her to use a wheelchair. But they argued she should get probation only if it included home confinement as a condition....

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