|Tennessee inmate escaped prison, then attempted to sneak back in with contraband, indictment says|
|By foxnews.com- Lucia I. Suarez Sang|
A Tennessee inmate found escaping prison was the easy part -- getting back in proved much more difficult.
Robert Fusco, who is already serving a 68-year sentence for especially aggravated kidnapping, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to accusations he escaped prison only to attempt to sneak back in days later with a cache of contraband.
Fusco, 37, escaped from the Morgan County Correctional Complex, a minimum-security facility, on Jan. 5 and was captured two days later trying to smuggle drugs, cell phones and tobacco into the prison, the Knoxville News Sentinel reported.
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