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Thursday, August 18, 2022

Woman Charged With Murder After Allegedly Supplying Inmate With Drugs As They Exchanged Kiss

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat\


Tennessee woman Rachel Dollard has been arrested on a second-degree murder charge after she allegedly supplied drugs to an inmate who later died, the Daily Beast reports.

Dollard visited inmate Joshua Brown in February this year, during which she allegedly passed a balloon pellet containing at least half an ounce of ethamphetamine. According to the Dickson County Sheriff’s Department and the Tennessee Department of Correction, Dollard passed the drugs to Brown orally when they shared a kiss. The man later died of an overdose after he swallowed the balloon pellet containing the drug.

“In February, Dollard was observed passing drugs to inmate Joshua Brown as the two exchanged a kiss during visitation at the Turney Center Industrial Complex,” reads the Tennessee Department of Correction statement published on Tuesday. After swallowing the pellet, Brown later died later at a local hospital." Dollard was arrested this past weekend by TDOC special agents and officers from the local sheriff’s department.

She’s currently being held at the Hickman County jail on charges of introduction of contraband into a penal facility, and second-degree murder. “This incident points to the real dangers of introducing contraband into prisons and the consequences that follow,” said David Imhof, Director of TDOC’s Office of Investigations and Conduct. “Our agency will pursue prosecution against any individual who threatens the safety and security of our staff, the men and women in our custody, and our facilities.” 

Brown was serving an 11-year prison sentence on drug-related charges, and was set to be released by 2029 at the latest. As a result of the incident, the Tennessee Department of Correction will place body scanners at all relevant facilities

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41 comments:

  1. El Beso Negro guey

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    1. Give her 2 medals 馃馃for saving taxpayers money

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  3. IPA DRINKER da besos negros cada vez que toma sus cervezas Jediondas.

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    1. El beso con kaka

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    2. 1:48 La GILBERTONA. Which IPA did you try that made you surrar yourself?

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  4. From Dollard to Dotard.

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  5. She did Mr.Brown a favor, he does not have to serve the remaining 7 years in prison no more.
    By the way did the drug come from Mexico.
    Somehow need to hold the government of Mexico accountable too, for letting drugs flow into US.

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    1. Dont see a valid reason to even mention Mexico...
      A very stupid conclusion.

      By the way, every single death caused by fire arms in Mexico is for bullets coming for the US... In some way Mexico would have the same right to accuse the US for letting weapons flow into Mexico. Straight your facts first.

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    2. Chris Rock had a great idea. Bullets should be taxed at the rate of 50 thousand per cartridge. We've made it too cheap to rack up bodies. Busting caps in someone's ass should be beyond the means of the poor.

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    3. @4:37 I know this is just a joke anyways but that would only apply to legally purchased bullets which usually, really aren’t the problem. Would only increase the popularity of the illegal street bullets that much more.

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    4. At 3:57
      90% of the drugs , especially Fentanyl come from Mexico, therefore Mr.Facts,2.08 has relavant comment, that drugs come into Mexico every day.
      At don't worry, President Biden already had a conference, with Amlo, regarding drugs coming into USA.

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    5. 554 where did you get 90% from? Did you make that number up? From my understanding a lot of drugs come from south America, other drugs from Asia and the Middle East and then you have some drugs that are produced in Mexico. Stop trying to pass your comment off as fact.

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    6. 5:54 Based on your logic (a very stupid one)... If I kill someone with a "made in China" knife, we (me/victims family) should blame China for supplying that knife?, If drugs enter your country, then dont allow them to enter... dont allow them to distribute, dont allow them to be sold on streets, dont allow that population to make a HUGE demand, not sure if is correct to blame the supplier that you guys are financing.... Suffering for your very own problems is great when theres always a Mexico to blame.

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    7. @6:43. He probably produced that figure from the presumed origins of confiscated drugs in the US. Assuredly inaccurate but likely not wildly off the mark.
      Interestingly, according to Drugs.org, the first US drug laws targeted Chinese (opium). Next on the hit parade came Aftican-Americans who were targeted with anti-cocaine laws. Lastly, Chicanos and Mexicans found themselves in the crosshairs of anti-mota laws.
      To illustrate how long America has waged war upon its own citizens, in 1914 the New York Times detailed how Southern sheriff's were switching from .32 caliber revolvers to 38 caliber. According to the redneck lawmen, a .32 caliber was insufficient to stop, quoting, a "cocaine-crazed Negro."
      In 1914. Amazing yet unsurprising.

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    8. 3:37. Nice to read a comment with logic and reason - very refreshing here!
      8:31; Also very logical and accurate point
      The US has been fighting a drug war all my 60 years and its perplexing why the citizen tax payers don’t demand that enforcement resources are not immediately diverted and deployed to drug education and marketing how ugly and stupid they make users. Some of the comments made herein would be great examples as to why not use drugs.

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    9. 8:54 / 5:14 : The US had been a historically racist country. And their policies against drugs had been contradictory. Their love for cocaine and opioids have a loooong history.

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    10. 5:14 US budget for health and education is below population needs. By not saying they are doing NOTHING to reduce their consumption rates, which is the root of a problem that affects Mexico, and opium/cocaine producer.

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    11. 3:37 your way of Fact Man lol
      Do not mention Mexico, when drugs do come from there. You can't hide it, we all know bird brain.

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    12. 10:56 Why? you feel defenseless when it comes to mentioning facts?, discussing with verifiable or even logical facts is a disadvantage to you?... it must be hard :). Drugs comes from there because you guys buy them. Dont want drugs?, simply as stop buying them. Is like blaming McDonalds for being fat... I know that sounds stupid, just like your conclusions.

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    13. “Drugs comes from there because you guys buy them. Dont want drugs?, simply as stop buying them. Is like blaming McDonalds for being fat...”

      Great response 1130 馃憤!

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    14. 11:30 and 12:58 is the same cheerleading bigoted person.

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    15. 2:12 Yeah, right... Greetings from Smalldick, Alabama! ☺

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    16. 10:56 lol at Bird Brain he has be a nuisance at times, just ignore his lame comments.

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    17. 4:37 some of what you said makes sense but I disagree with allowing cap bustin to be a thing for the rich only .if only the rich could buy bullets how long do you think before the purge?

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    18. 7:00 "...just ignore his lame comments"
      -a racist who run out of ideas

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    19. The Chinese were targeted for opium sales, in the 1770s by the British, of which the US was part as their colony...
      Opium Trade in CHINA was re-imposed by the British Navy with reasonable arguments of their Navy Cannons until Mao kicked them out after WWII.
      With the Industrial Offshoring Revolution on the US the chinese were allowed to traffick drugs again to the US, but only after the SouthAmerican cocaine cowboys had their chance at money laundering and their specialist banks stole all the US industries they could through adversarial takeovers and bank robberies.
      After the chinese became trillionaires, they were given back Hong Kong and a partnership in the HSBC bank in exchange for all their dollars, and a chance to again traffick opiates all over the world...

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    20. Great comment SIR, just have to point, HSBC was given back, but to the British Hong Kong, not necessarily to Hong Kong or China. And still having accusations for money laundering. And the opium wars are a whole story to tell.

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  6. Good afternoon guys n gals.
    In my opinion she's not that bad looking.
    I wonder though how come they didn't give any specifics as to how he actually passed away. Meaning they could have said that capsules broke in his mouth or baggy. The digestive juices were too much etc.

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    2. Lol at not that bad looking!! I thought it was a former pic of the guy.

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    3. Swallowing the drugs in a balloon is an old smuggling method. This was a popular way of bringing cocaine in from Colombia 20 years ago but fell out of favor because of the balloons bursting in the digestive tracts of many smugglers leading to their deaths.
      They should have researched the risks before trying this route.

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    4. Blanko:
      Ask her to smile. I bet she doesn't have any teeth.

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    5. @ Detroit. Yooooo I forgot about the No teeth situation.

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    6. @ The Blog administrator thanks for deleting whatever that was. Always grateful and much love.

      @ Lastraw that was priceless lol

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    7. Why thank you! Totally did think that. Lol

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    8. I meant to say earlier as well, but got caught up in the gender of the person in the pic, that you raised a question I have too. What transpired from the time he took the drugs until he died from them?

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  7. I suppose you could call that the kiss of death!!

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  8. Oh no Canada girl got busted!

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  9. I always wondered why I never had heard of Eth(yl)amphetamine, which when not a chemist one might suspect may be a friendlier form of it...somehow reassuring it now turns up!

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