2 Lee County inmates, 2 others charged in plot to smuggle meth, marijuana into jail, sheriff saysPosted by On

SANFORD, N.C. (WNCN) — Four people, including two inmates, have been arrested in Lee County after the sheriff’s office said they were involved in a plot to smuggle methamphetamine and marijuana into the county jail.

One of those arrested was an employee of Aramark, a contracted food service supplier at the jail, the sheriff’s office said.

Maria Luisa Nambo was charged with possession with intent to sell and deliver meth and marijuana; possession of a controlled substance on jail premises; conspiracy to deliver meth and marijuana; and possession of drug and marijuana and paraphernalia.

Nambo was given a $20,000 secured bond.

Michael Sesar Fiscal, Matthew Rashaud Jamell Green, the two inmates, and Hazel Brianna Russell were each charged with conspiracy to deliver meth and marijuana.

Russell was given a $15,000 secured bond, while Fiscal and Green were each given additional $15,000 secured bonds.

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