Deputies arrest woman they say tried to smuggle drugs in to Tulsa jail

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Ayla Brady
Ayla Brady
Updated: 7/05/2013 5:11 pm Published: 7/05/2013 5:05 pm

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s office arrested a woman they said was trying to smuggle contraband into the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center.

Ayla Brady, 22, faces charges of conspiracy to commit a felony and carrying drugs/alcohol into jail. Inmates Donnie Fitzgerald and Floyd Edwards face similar charges for allegedly participating in the conspiracy.

Deputies said Brady entered David L. Moss to visit an inmate and was observed, under video surveillance, to remove several envelopes from her person and shove them under the door leading into the room where attorneys visit their clients.

Deputies said when the staff retrieved the envelopes they discovered tobacco, marijuana and rolling papers. They said further investigation showed inmates Fitzgerald and Edwards trying to fish these envelopes from under the door, into their respective housing unit.

Both Fitzgerald and Edwards face charges of conspiracy to commit a felony. It was later determined by sheriff’s office investigators that Brady made arrangements with another inmate, during a recent phone conversation, to deliver contraband into the jail.

Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office Investigators are continuing to look into the possibility that others could be involved.

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Can you say STUPID??!!

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