Tennessee woman charged with murder for kissing inmate with meth

It was the kiss of death.

A Tennessee woman is said to have kissed an inmate meth during a prison visit – and has been charged with murder after the prisoner died, authorities said.

Rachel Dollart
Rachal Dollard was arrested and charged with second-degree murder and smuggling contraband.
Tennessee Correctional Services

Rachel Dollard, 33, allegedly hid a half-ounce velocity balloon in her mouth and orally handed it to Joshua Brown at the Turney Center Industrial Complex in Nur in February, the Tennessee Department of Justice said in a statement Tuesday.

Brown – who was serving an 11-year sentence on drug-related charges – overdosed and died at a local hospital, the Correctional Authority said.

Dollard was arrested last weekend for allegedly fatally hugging and charged with second-degree murder and smuggling contraband into the jail, according to officials.

“This incident highlights the real dangers associated with the introduction of contraband into prisons and the consequences that follow,” said David Imhof, director of TDOC’s Office of Investigations and Conduct.

“Our agency will take criminal action against anyone who threatens the safety of our staff, the men and women in our custody, and our facilities.”

In 2017, Oregon’s Melissa Ann Blair was sentenced to two years in prison after her incarcerated boyfriend died from their meth-laden kiss.

Joshua Brown
Inmate Joshua Brown overdosed and died at a local hospital after receiving speed.
Tennessee Correctional Services

Two balloons ruptured her boyfriend’s stomach and he died of methamphetamine toxicity, prosecutors said.

https://nypost.com/2022/08/17/tennessee-woman-charged-with-murder-for-meth-laced-kiss-with-inmate/ Tennessee woman charged with murder for kissing inmate with meth

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