Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Contraband intercepted at Eastern Correctional Institution

Contraband intercepted at Eastern Correctional Institution

(Westover, MD) On February 23, 2016 at approximately 1154 hours, personnel at the Eastern Shore Correctional Institute(ECI) contacted the Maryland State Police, Princess Anne Barrack in reference to an individual attempting to deliver contraband to an inmate at the facility.   Correctional Officers had recovered numerous condoms full of tobacco (142 grams) and suspected synthetic marijuana (111 grams)  from Jordan Scheminant (23 Y/O W/F) of Easton, Maryland.   Scheminant was attempting to visit an inmate and provide him with the contraband.  After the items were recovered from Scheminant, she left ECI in a 1992 green Ford Taurus.  Troopers from the Princess Anne Barrack located and stopped the vehicle on Rt. 13, Princess Anne, Maryland.    The driver was identified as Jordan Scheminant and was arrested.  Scheminant was charged with delivering contraband to a correctional facility and was taken before a District Court Commissioner. Scheminant was released on a $5,000 unsecured bond from the commissioners’ office.  The investigation is continuing in cooperation with the Department of Corrections.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are you sure of the date and time?

Anonymous said...

$5000.00 might has well not done a damn thing....that is ridiculous! You know that there is something really wrong with the law that would even allow her to have her freedom for attempting such a thing. She should have locked up right away.

Anonymous said...

Most people would've...its sad!she probably never wore a pair of cuffs.its sad!I would've been under the jail by now.

Anonymous said...

Smh

Anonymous said...

Wow, seems like low-life's get off so easy, but if you or I would have done this, they would throw the book at us... what gives?

Anonymous said...

omgoodness they set her free but a friend didn't get a notice he was suppose to got to court in 2004 so they went on his job and arrested him smh