Charges were filed Friday against a woman who allegedly tried to give a Greene County jail inmate four Suboxone strips.
Charges were also filed against the inmate the drugs were allegedly intended for, Correction Officer Heather MacDonald said in a report.
Misty Dawn Hale, 25, of 1675 South Wesley Chapel Road, was charged withbeing a party to the offense of introduction or possession of weapons, explosives, intoxicants or drugs into a penal institution.
She was also charged with being a party to the offense of possession of a Schedule III drug, tampering with evidence and resisting stop, frisk, halt or search.
Andrew Frank Davenport, 25, of 1588 Gap Mountain Road, was charged with being a part to the offense of introduction or possession of weapons, explosives, intoxicants or drugs into a penal institution.
He was also charged with being a party to the offense of possession of a Schedule III drug.
Hale allegedly attempted to smuggle four Suboxone strips into the Greene County Detention Center following her arrest, and attempted to swallow the strips "in an attempt to destroy the evidence," a report said.
Trustee inmates have access to the public outside the jail, and Hale was allegedly trying to deliver the Suboxone strips to Davenport "so they could be smuggled into the (jail)," a report said.
Davenport allegedly arranged with Hale to have four Suboxone strips smuggled into the jail, the report said.
Bond for Hale was set at $51,000. Bond for Davenport was set at $40,000.
Both have first scheduled General Sessions Court dates today.