Investigators from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office say Victor Matias, of Florida City, had contacted Julia Infante, 20, of Miami, asking her to bring some pot to him at the jail, according to a news release from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office.
According to detectives, Infante then visited the jail, along with 18-year-old Taylor Rusignuolo, of Miami.
During the visit Rusignuolo hid a package of pot in a basket which holds instructional pamphlets for inmate accounts. The following morning Matias then took the pot from the basket, according to the release.
After further investigation, detectives made a traffic stop on the two women when they returned one week later to the Keys for a court appearance for Matias.
Both women were busted during the traffic stop: Matias and Rusignuolo were both charged with possession of marijuana and introduction of contraband into a corrections facility. Infante was charged with being a principle in the first degree to the crime, court records show.
Get the DUHtails at the news release from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office.
Photo: Victor Matias (l); Julia Infante (r); Taylor Rusignuolo(bottom) / Monroe County Sheriff's OfficeCopyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun