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Woman accused of trafficking with inmate in Plainfield

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Posted at 4:03 PM, May 30, 2017
and last updated 2017-05-30 16:03:10-04

PLAINFIELD, Ind. – A woman was accused of trafficking with an inmate at the Heritage Trail Correctional Facility Sunday.

Correctional officers said Holly Nethercutt of Lafayette was planning to visit inmate Cory Balser when she admitted to authorities that she had a package in her vehicle which she planned to leave outside the fence of the facility.

Officials conducted a search of Nethercutt’s vehicle and found two cell phones, K2 spice and tobacco.

 

Along with trafficking, Nethercutt also faces a charge of possession of a schedule 5 substance.

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