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Mom Accused of Trying to Slip Drugs to Son in the Broome County Jail

Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

A Glen Aubrey woman is accused of trying to pass drugs to her son at the Broome County Jail.

Officials say 57 year old Paula Gelunas allegedly had six Soboxone sublingual films attached to the padded side of an adhesive bandage in an attempt to pass the narcotic to 32 year old Frank Gelunas.

The woman is charged with felony counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance and promoting prison contraband.

Her son is also charged with felony promoting prison contraband.

Mom is joining her son at the Broome County Jail.

Frank Gelunas is scheduled to be arraigned on the additional charge at a later date.

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