- Associated Press - Monday, December 4, 2017

SALISBURY, Md. (AP) - A 63-year-old Maryland woman is accused of supplying inmates at a county jail with a controlled substance typically used to treat opioid addiction or relieve pain.

WMDT-TV reports that deputies executing a search warrant Friday found evidence that Evelyn Dorman was sending Suboxone to Wicomico County Detention Center inmate Ronald Monroe and other inmates.

The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office says officials from multiple agencies began investigating the distribution of controlled substances at the jail in October.

Dorman is charged with 34 offenses, including distribution of a controlled dangerous substance (not marijuana) and conspiracy. She’s being held on $15,000 bonds at the Somerset County Detention Center. It’s unclear if she has a lawyer.

Charges against Monroe are pending. It’s unclear if any of the other recipients will be charged.


Information from: WMDT-TV, http://www.wmdt.com/

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