More Charges for Williston Inmate Who Tried Smuggling Drugs into Jail
Some people never learn. A Williston woman who is already locked up for drug possession is in more hot water now after attempting to sneak drugs into the facility.
Amanda Battles, 26, was caught along with two other inmates smuggling meth into the prison in Kool-Aid packets. Battles now faces both Class A and Class B charges of drug possession in a jail, a felony.
Battles was arrested just last Saturday (Aug 29) and put behind bars on two other felony charges. This new incident brings the total number of charges to three.
Battles remains locked up at this time.