Florida Grandmother Accused of Bringing Cocaine & Heroin to Prison Visit

Florida Grandmother Accused of Bring in Cocaine, Heroin and Baby to Prison Visit
Florida Grandmother Accused of Bringing Cocaine & Heroin to Prison Visit (Image: Screenshot/YouTube/FOX4)

When a grandmother and her infant grandson visited the DeSoto Correctional Institution in Florida on Sunday, they (she) were accused of bringing cocaine and heroin with them.

According to a release posted on the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page, 44-year-old Melissa Webster reportedly seemed to have 100 grams of cocaine and heroin with her during visitation at the correctional facility.

“Thankfully DCI officers conduct thorough searches of visitors and the contraband was located,” the release stated.

Before visits, DCSO thoroughly searches each person, and the contraband was discovered while searching Webster. DCSO searched her vehicle and discovered 687.7 grams of heroin and cocaine inside the vehicle and in the baby’s car seat.

She was arrested and is being held without bond.

The Department of Children and Families is caring for the infant.

Webster was booked into the DeSoto County Jail on charges of heroin trafficking, cocaine trafficking, bringing contraband into a correctional facility, child abuse/neglect, and drug possession.

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