Ohio Woman Caught Smuggling Drugs into Florida Prison

An Ohio woman has been arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle drugs into a Florida prison.

Sheriff Bobby Haddock says 34-year-old Mildred Torres was caught with thousands of dollars worth of heroine and some marijuana while visiting a prisoner at the Washington County Correctional Institution.

The sheriff says officers received a tip that Torres would be bringing drugs into the prison.

Bond in the case has been set at more than $40,000.

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  • by anonymous Location: Indianapolis on Jul 16, 2008 at 06:35 AM
    I do know this woman. I know it looks awful and it is easy to judge her. But first off, she is not an illegal alien. She had great job and is very respected by the people who know her. A wonderful kind soul. Very intellegent. Two, this is so shocking and way out of character for her. She does not drink or even do as much as smoke marajuana. Those of us that know her can't even believe that she would even know how to go about getting these kind of drugs and can't believe it ourselves. And we don't even know this person in prison that somehow persuaded her to do such a thing. It's insane. I'm praying for you Milly.
  • by anonymous Location: ohio on Jul 15, 2008 at 04:10 PM
    Not judging but karma does stink!
  • by anonymous Location: ohio on Jul 14, 2008 at 11:39 AM
    You don't know her so you cannot judge. She is a good person who made a mistake. So don't go make opinions and judging someone you don't even know!
  • by anonymous on Jul 9, 2008 at 04:58 PM
    dont judge her...u are not god to do so...u dont know the reasons she has to have done this...
  • by CW Location: USA on Jul 8, 2008 at 11:50 AM
    There is a multi-million dollar drug trade inside our prison system. Drug prohibition on the outside is impossible. It's time to remove all the politicians that promote prohibition. How many more lives have to be needlessly devastated or lost? Prohibited drugs are way easier for kids to get than regulated drugs! Prohibition never works it just causes crime and violence. The year alcohol prohibition was repealed violent crime fell by 65 percent. Guns have absolutely nothing to do with using drugs, they have to do with drug prohibition. Al Capone didn’t kill people because he was drunk, he killed people because they got between him and his illegal drug money. The World Health Organization Documents Failure of U.S. Drug Policies Take Action, Join the email list.
  • by Bill Location: Enterprise on Jul 8, 2008 at 09:55 AM
    Torres? Illegal alien? Dothan & Enterprise: Both sanctuary cities because the weak city leaders love ($) the poultry industry. Who cares about crime?
  • by Anonymous on Jul 8, 2008 at 04:38 AM
    At least this woman was headed in the right Direction,,Straight to Prison!!
  • by Debra Location: Hartford on Jul 7, 2008 at 03:55 PM
    CAN YOU SAY !!!!!STUPID???????
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