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Inmate Sneaks Meth into Jail in Vagina, Deputies Say

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Two inmates at the Cherokee County Detention Center will face additional charges after one of them allegedly sneaked methamphetamine into the detention facility in her vagina earlier this week.

Authorities with the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office said that when Malana Castillo got into her cell, she asked one of her cell mates, Jennifer Barnoskie, to help her retrieve the meth from her crotch.

Then, rather than flushing the meth down the toilet, the two women allegedly snorted the meth.

Another inmate reported the two women to officials at the detention center.

Authorities with the CCSO said Castillo was arrested on a warrant and will face additional complaints of bringing contraband into a penal institution and possession of methamphetamine.

Barnoskie will also face additional complaints of possession of methamphetamine.

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