A worker at the Lansing Correctional Facility has pleaded no contest to a charge of smuggling methamphetamine into the prison, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Jacqueline Doty, 60, was arrested in June 2014 after she was searched at the prison and found to be carrying about 14 bags allegedly containing meth, according to court documents.
Prosecutors said the bags were hidden in a “girdle-type undergarment” Doty was wearing, with large bandages wrapped around her midsection to hide them. One of the bags held about 14 grams of meth. She pleaded no contest to one count of possession with intent to distribute meth.
Doty, who is from Fort Scott, allegedly told investigators that she had brought drugs into the prison on multiple occasions.