Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-05-27 16:54:17 –
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Pueblo, Colorado — A detention agent for the Sheriff of Pueblo County recovered more than 14 grams of heroin hidden in the inmate’s body cavity.
According to the sheriff’s office, lawmakers learned informed that one of the residential areas in Pueblo County Prison could have been a drug. The first search for a residential area surrogate found nothing. It was.
K9s Mondi and Ed and their handlers responded to prisons and conducted another search showing that K9s may have detected the drug in several places within the residential unit. Prosecutors conducted further investigations in these areas and conducted a putt search for several prisoners detained in those areas.
According to the agent, one of the prisoners identified as having hidden the drug in his body was taken out of his residential area and scanned by a prison body scanner. The prisoner, identified as Joe Vasquez, 47, was held in jail until a body scan review was conducted. While waiting at
Legislators holding the cell noticed that Basquez was behaving suspiciously.
When a member of the Diet entered the cell, there was a plastic bag in the toilet. The agent also found a black substance on Basquez’s hands and feet. Lawmakers took off their pants to Basquez, while something like a black rock fell to the floor. This substance tested positive for heroin.
Vasquez admitted to lawmakers that he had swallowed a bag of heroin before he was arrested on May 20.
Basquez, who had already been imprisoned for possessing drugs (stimulants),
First-class introduction of prohibited items, additional charge for regulated possession
First-degree possession of substances, smuggled goods, illegal distribution, manufacturing,
Distribution or sale. He remains in Pueblo County Prison.
“I commend the thorough investigation of the lawmakers involved in the case,” he said.
Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk M. Taylor. “Due to their tenacious work, a considerable amount
Get the heroin out of jail. “
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