Cops: Oswego County jail inmate smuggled needle, prescription drugs tied inside his pants
Oswego (WSYR-TV) – An Oswego County man is facing charges after he was allegedly caught smuggling drugs and a hypodermic needle inside a glove that was tied to his genitalia.
Aaron Russell, 20, of Elms Road, Sandy Creek, was already in jail for grand larceny charges by State Police when Sheriff’s Deputies say they discovered the hidden needle and a bag of Suboxone inside the glove.
They charged him with criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument, criminal possession of a controlled substance, and promoting prison contraband – all misdemeanors.
He is scheduled to answer for the smuggling charges on Oct. 22.
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