CORINTH, Miss. (WTVA) -- A Corinth woman is accused of delivering a Bible laced with cocaine to jail.
Jolona Lambert now faces an introduction of contraband charge.
Alcorn County sheriff investigators say the incident unfolded on Friday.
They say Lambert was delivered a Bible to an inmate at the Alcorn County jail.
A sheriff deputy found some pages of the Bible glued together.
Once the deputy took apart the pages, he saw a powdery white substance that later tested positive for cocaine.
Lambert was given a $5,000 bond. However she is being held for the Mississippi Department of Corrections.
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