Meth Bust Reunites Family In Jail


RANKIN COUNTY, MS (Ben Caxton) — 35-year-old Terrance McKinney was visiting the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility in Rankin County on Saturday to see his wife who is being held on drug charges. Instead of a visit, he was invited to stay awhile longer when a search of McKinney’s vehicle upon entering the prison grounds turned up crystal methamphetamine. He was arrested and taken to the Rankin County Jail where he is being held on charges of possession of a controlled substance. McKinney, a former inmate convicted on drug charges in 2010, now faces up to another seven years and a maximum $25,000 fine, if convicted of the possession charge. The arrest is part of a system-wide contraband crackdown Interim Commissioner Pelicia Hall has ordered in addition to shakedowns to reduce the number of illegal items in the hands of inmates.


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