Officials at a Michigan prison were treated to a surprise over the weekend when a football filled with drugs and cell phones was hurled over a prison wall.
The New York Daily News reports that on Sunday morning, the ball sailed over a wall at G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility in Jackson, Mich. Though intended for the exercise yard, it landed in between two security fences instead, and authorities who inspected it discovered that it contained heroin, marijuana, tobacco, cell phones, and chargers for each of them.
They later tracked down the quarterback, 22-year-old Christen Deon-Sterling Moore of Detroit. Moore was charged with furnishing contraband to inmates, and it's still unknown who he was trying to throw the ball to.
[via New York Daily News]
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