Woman, 21, accused of trying to sneak drugs to New Castle prison inmate

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UPDATE (March 11, 2016)— Ann Springer pleaded guilty to trafficking with an inmate, a Class A misdemeanor. The charge was a lesser offense than her initial felony trafficking charge.

Springer was sentenced to serve one year in jail, with 363 days suspended. She will be placed on formal probation for 363 days.

NEW CASTLE, Ind. (Dec. 14, 2015)– A 21-year-old New Castle woman was arrested Monday after police say she attempted to transfer drugs to an inmate at the New Castle Correctional Facility.

Ann Springer, 21, was arrested on a charge trafficking with an inmate, a level 5 felony.

According to police, prison staff saw Springer attempt to pass a small package to an inmate she was visiting on Sept. 6. The package contained a small amount of marijuana and what was believed to be Suboxone strips.

Springer was arrested at her home and booked into the Henry County Jail.

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