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Woman chokes on marijuana she tries to smuggle into prison

A woman choked on marijuana after corrections officers reportedly caught her smuggling it into a Detroit prison

By CorrectionsOne Staff

BLACKMAN TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A woman choked on marijuana after corrections officers reportedly caught her smuggling it into a Detroit prison.

Kenya Latosha Cabel was charged Friday with bringing contraband into a prison and held on a $5,000 bond according to mlive.com.

Cabel attempted to smuggle marijuana inside balloons into the prison for an inmate. A CO noticed something in the waistline of her pants and questioned her about it.

She then tried to swallow the balloons of marijuana and stated to choke. An ambulance took her to a nearby hospital where detectives sat with her until she passed the marijuana.



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