By Mark Oswald
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A sheriff's office investigation of drugs and other contraband stored in the offices of the Santa Fe County jail administrators — a case that became intertwined with a house-cleaning at the jail in which three people were fired — has failed to turn up any criminal activity.
Sheriff Robert Garcia said, "We're talking about more of a protocol and policy and procedure issue" than anything criminal. He said the contraband should have been destroyed if it couldn't be tied to a particular inmate or employee or used as evidence for a criminal prosecution.
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