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Drugs mailed to Jackson County jail inmate

By Kimberly Sizemore Anchor/Reporter
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A Jackson County jail inmate who plotted to get drugs mailed to him in jail now faces conspiracy charges.  According to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, after investigators received a tip, they intercepted mail going to inmate Stephen Turner. Inside they found narcotics.  

After confiscating the drugs, investigators focused on the sender, Buffington Nacole Love Sanders. A search of Sanders’ home revealed more narcotics, as well as further evidence in the crime.

Sanders was arrested on Tuesday, May 4, and booked into the Jackson County Jail. She has been charged with conspiracy to commit a drug offense, furnishing drugs to an inmate, possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, possession of methamphetamine, possession of Alprazolem, possession of Suboxone, and drugs not in original container. Sanders also had a warrant for a probation violation.

Turner, the inmate, was already in jail but faces new charges of conspiracy to commit a drug offense.

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