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Woman mailed drugs to Tenn. prison, police say

By Ben Benton
Chattanooga Times Free Press

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — A Germantown, Tenn., woman is charged with mailing cash and drugs to relatives in state prisons, including one in Bledsoe County, state officials said.

Kimberly W. Underwood, 50, is suspected to have mailed at least 5 grams of cocaine and "several hundred dollars" in cash to the Southeastern Tennessee State Regional Correctional Facility in Bledsoe County and the West Tennessee State Penitentiary in Lauderdale County.

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