Broome Inmate Charged With Possessing Drugs, Tobacco
A Binghamton man being held at Broome County Jail has been arrested after authorities say drugs and tobacco were found in his cell.
According to the jail criminal investigations unit, Terell Wilson of Clinton Street faces five counts after the discovery of contraband.
Officials say ten packages containing heroin, crack cocaine, marijuana and tobacco were found in Wilson's cell. The items were said to have been hidden inside a pair of socks in a brown paper bag.
Wilson was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance. He also was charged with four counts of promoting prison contraband.