Ky. EMT arrested on suspicion of smuggling drugs to inmates – EMS1.com

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Lindsey Bradley has been working for Quality Correctional Care at the Henderson County Detention Center

By Leila Merrill
HENDERSON, Ky. — An EMT and two inmates at the Henderson County Detention Center were arrested on drug charges Monday, WFIE reported.
Lindsey Bradley has been working as an EMT for Quality Correctional Care, according to the jailer.
The charges against Bradley are trafficking of a controlled substance, second degree and promoting contraband, first degree. Authorities later added three charges —promoting contraband, first degree, trafficking of a controlled substance, first degree, and a controlled substance prescription not in proper container.
The two inmates face with drug possession and promotion charges. An investigation is ongoing.
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