2nd At­lanta woman ac­cused of try­ing to smug­gle drugs, beer into prison

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A sec­ond ar­rest has been made in the July con­spir­acy to smug­gle pro­hib­ited items into the Floyd County Cor­rec­tional In­sti­tu­tion.

Ac­cord­ing to Floyd County Jail re­ports:

Tod­dia Hol­lis, 20, of 1371 Kim­berly Way, turned her­self in Tues­day af­ter a war­rant for her ar­rest was is­sued in Au­gust. Hol­lis gath­ered pro­hib­ited items to give to an in­di­vid­ual who then took them to the Floyd County An­i­mal Con­trol Fa­cil­ity with the in­ten­tion of pass­ing the items to an in­mate. A sec­ond At­lanta woman, Warithah Jal­lah Al­lah, 37, of 336 Mathew­son Place, turned her­self in on Sept. 7 for her in­volve­ment in the scheme.

The two women, along with a man, gath­ered the items and at­tempted to pass them to in­mate Tod­drick Bernard Hol­lis, who would try to smug­gle the items back to Floyd County Cor­rec­tional In­sti­tu­tion.

The items in­cluded 31 balls of to­bacco, over six ounces of mar­i­juana rolled into 10 balls, a case of Corona beer, a pair of sun­glasses, 35 pho­tographs of women in var­i­ous cloth­ing, a cell­phone and 40 cigar­il­los.

Hol­lis is charged with con­spir­acy to com­mit a felony, con­spir­acy to vi­o­late the Con­trolled Sub­stances Act and pos­ses­sion of items pro­hib­ited for pos­ses­sion by an in­mate. She was re­leased on bond.

There is still an out­stand­ing war­rant for An­thony Charles Gates, who al­legedly trans­ported re­stricted items to Floyd County An­i­mal Con­trol to pass them to the in­mate.

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