COAL COUNTY, OK -- A former Coal County jailer, accused of bringing drugs into the jail, has made a plea of no contest.
The Court Clerk's Office says Cassandra Bailey accepted a plea deal, which includes a 5 year deferred sentence, 480 hours of community service and a $500 dollar fine.
Bailey was arrested in May on charges of introducing contraband into the Coal County Jail and possession of a controlled and dangerous substance.
An affidavit states that in a recorded conversation Bailey agreed to bring meth to an inmate.
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