A t-shirt gun used to send contraband into Oklahoma prison

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SAYRE, Okla (AP) – An Oklahoma woman was arrested after the authorities said she used a T-shirt gun to send drugs, cells and other contraband over a prison fence.

The Oklahoma Department of Rights says that the lock-out incident at the North Fork Corrections Unit in Sayre, inspired about 120 miles (190 kilometers) west of Oklahoma City.

The agency says Kerri Jo Hickman has been arrested by authorities after they have found the T-shirt gun and another package in her vehicle.

Tulsa, the KOTV television station, reports that the container launched on Sunday was made up of cells, ear buds, phone chargers, metamatamines, digital scales, marijuana and tobacco.

Hickman remained in prison Friday in Beckham County for complaints about the introduction of contraband in a penal institution, conspiracy and drug trafficking. Jail records does not list an attorney who could speak for her.

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