Ohio authorities released a video this week showing an inmate from a county jail in a facility receiving smuggling – a drone download.
Observation footage taken at the Cuyahoga County Jail in Euclid on June 21 shows a man outside for rest with other prisoners as he begins to wander and stare at the sky.
Suddenly he moves forward while holding his orange prison in prison, trying to catch something falling from the sky falling to the earth. The prisoner then approaches, using his uniform to pick it up and hide it before moving away.
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Authorities Jail items were said to include marijuana and a phone, WJW reported.
"If that can happen there, it can happen anywhere," said Erie County Sheriff Paul Sigsworth. " You try to stay one step ahead as you can, but you try to learn from incidents like this locally and nationally. "
Drones launching smuggling into prisons or prisons are nothing new. In December 201
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last The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) added new drone restrictions, banning them from
"This is the first time the Agency has placed specific flight restrictions on drones or" drones "over the US Federal Bureau of Prisons and Facilities," a press release said. to the FAA in June 2018. "The FAA has placed similar flight restrictions on military installations that remain in place, as well as over ten departments of interior and seven departments of energy facilities. "