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An out of doors vendor worker on the Tarrant County Jail in Texas has been arrested for allegedly offering medication to inmates.
Aaliyah Lyles faces drug fees and possession of a prohibited substance or merchandise in a correctional facility, FOX 4 Information Dallas reviews.
The suspect was arrested final month after an inmate was taken to the hospital for what was believed to have been a narcotics overdose. The inmate survived.
Investigators say a number of interviews accused Lyles of bringing medication into the jail.
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The investigation led the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Workplace to study extra in regards to the loss of life of 23-year-old inmate Trelynn Wormley, who died at a hospital on July 20.
Wormley, who had been in custody since January, had a historical past of psychological sickness, in keeping with his mom.
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“Investigators stated Wormley ‘could have taken an unlawful narcotic that had been smuggled into the jail,’” FOX 4 reviews.