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CPD: Inmate charged with promoting contraband, possession

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

Early Friday morning, March 11, 2022, before 2amCT, the Columbia Police Department were called to Adair Regional Jail after Deputy Jailers located suspected narcotics on a male inmate.

Upon arrival, the inmate was interviewed and the responding officer viewed camera footage of the holding cell where subject had been placed.

Christopher Driskell, 31, of Columbia has been charged with promoting contraband 1st degree as well as possession of a controlled substance fentanyl; both felonies.

Officer Trevor Foster was the charging Officer.

This story was posted on 2022-03-11 07:36:49
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