|Authorities say Louisville inmate knowingly received mail laced with drugs in jail|
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- An inmate at Louisville Metro Corrections is facing brand new charges after authorities say he received paper laced with suspected drugs in the mail.
According to an arrest report, the mailings were sent to 33-year-old Robert Baker on Dec. 23 and Jan. 11. Officials at Louisville Metro Corrections suspected the letters might contain contraband and intercepted the mail, sending them off to a Kentucky State Police lab for testing.
On Jan. 19, another mailing was sent to Baker. Authorities say the envelope contained Suboxone strips hidden inside.
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