Louisiana Corrections Officer Is Busted on the Job
A corrections officer is arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle drugs into the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola.
Louisiana State Penitentiary correctional officers prevented drugs from getting to the prison population Friday morning. Officers conducted a search of a correctional officer just as she arrived at work. The officers found she was attempting to bring more than 16 ounces of methamphetamines hidden in bags of potato chips.
Corrections investigators detained 53-year-old Alisa Plessy of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.
West Feliciana Parish Sheriff's Deputies booked Plessy into the West Feliciana Parish Prison on charges of possession with intent to distribute schedule II narcotics and introduction of contraband into a penal institution.
Plessy resigned from her position just before she was arrested. She was a Sergeant and had worked at the Louisiana State Penitentiary since October 25, 2021.
This is a continuing investigation.
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