Marlboro Woman Sentenced for Mailing Drugs to Inmates

by | Sep 11, 2020 | Crime, Headlines, News

MARLBORO – Caitlin Marcey, 28, of Marlboro, will serve six months of home confinement and two years of probation for distribution of synthetic marijuana to Massachusetts correctional facilities.

Marcey pleaded guilty in January 2020 after being charged in June 2019.

According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, investigators at the Souza Baranowksi Correctional Center [SBCC] monitored recorded calls where Marcey arranged for delivery of synthetic marijuana.

Investigators later intercepted mail by Marcey, disguised as mailings from an attorney to an SBCC inmate, which tested positive for synthetic marijuana.

The most common way of distributing synthetic marijuana into correctional facilities is soaking or spraying synthetic marijuana onto documents, transporting or mailing them. Inmates then smoke the documents.

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