Smuggling Drugs In A Burrito Is A Good Way To Earn The Trust Of Inmates

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NY Post - A Tulsa County jailer has been arrested after deputies say drugs were found inside a burrito he brought to the jail.

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office says 20-year-old Kevin Mayo was arrested shortly before midnight Friday for possession of contraband in a jail, conspiracy to commit a felony, possession of both marijuana and methamphetamine, possession of a schedule II drug, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Authorities say a burrito found in a Mayo’s backpack had marijuana, methamphetamine and a prescription painkiller wrapped inside it.

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Look, I get it. Nobody at 7 years old says they want to be a graveyard shift jail guard when they grow up. It’s a far cry from firefighter or school teacher or internet blogger. So if you’re gonna be running the Tulsa jail, you might as well become buds with a few of the inmates. An “I scratch your back, you scratch mine” type of deal. Keep the drug trade going, make some side dough, smoke a blunt, shoot up some meth, have a good ass time. Are jail guards supposed to be chummy with the inmates and bring them drugs? Probably not, but I’ve seen Orange Is The New Black. You do what you gotta do with the cards that you’re dealt. He was probably narc’d on by a fellow guard who wants to take over the meth deal. Too many guys pushing product, can’t have the Triads and the Diablos on the same turf.

 

PS: If I know Tulsa the way I think I know Tulsa, he still got to eat the burrito. That’s just how they work down there. They get it. Like sure they caught him with the weed and the meth and the assorted narcotics, but you don’t take a burrito out of a man’s life. You give him 5 minutes to shove the rice and beans down his gullet before you throw him into gen pop with the rest of those hooligans.

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