Woman uses burrito to smuggle heroin into a jail in New Mexico
A woman who brought a burrito to a friend in jail has been accused of using the burrito to try to smuggle in heroin. Rosemary Gonzales, 42, is charged with bringing contraband into a place of imprisonment. Bond was set at $5,000.
Corrections officers found a hypodermic needle inside the burrito that Gonzales brought Tuesday to a female inmate at the Rio Arriba County jail, according to a report filed in Rio Arriba County Magistrate Court.
Officers rinsed off the needle and discovered a brown substance that later tested positive for heroin, the report said.
Burrito With The Works
Burrito allegedly used to deliver drugs