An Oklahoma woman used a T-shirt gun to launch contraband -- including drugs and cellphones -- into a prison, authorities said.
Guards saw Kerri Jo Hickman shoot a package filled with cellphones, ear buds, meth, marijuana and digital scales March 10 into North Fork Correctional Unit from her car before driving away.
Hickman was pulled over nearby and arrested. She was charged with introducing contraband into a penal institution, conspiracy and drug trafficking, investigators said.
Hickman has been arrested previously on various drug charges and was mostly recently released from prison in January.
She was still in jail Friday.
#ICYMI - Eagle-eyed COs at NFCC in Sayre saw Kerri Hickman using a T-shirt cannon Sunday to launch contraband over the medium-security prison's fence. Novel approach - bad idea. She's facing more felony charges. Thanks to @OHPDPS for helping us catch her. https://t.co/ruj7y3VSlm pic.twitter.com/wSeqFF09Dz— Oklahoma DOC (@OklaDOC) March 15, 2019
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