There are a lot of ways to smuggle drugs past the authorities, from potatoes and roses to the hat on your head. However, one 54-year-old woman from Penn Yan, New York went above and beyond the call of duty to sneak a baggie of oxycodone into her son in Yates County jail. When Kimberly Margeson greeted her son with a kiss, it turns out she passed him oxycodone with her tongue. Guh-ross.
It is unsure how police discovered the pills on the 30-year-old jailbird son, who is in on a felony weapons possession charge, but I’m sure the fact he kept slipping his mother tongue might have had something to do with getting caught, because that’s the kind of thing that would raise a guard’s attention. Margeson ended up in jail herself, getting charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance and promoting prison contraband; the son earned an additional charge of promoting prison contraband.
Margeson is currently free on bail.
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