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Woman arrested for attempting to introduce contraband into jail

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JASPER COUNTY, MISSOURI -

12/6/2016:  Sweet Iona Hull was arrested last night on her active warrant.

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A warrant has been issued for Sweet Iona Hull. The active warrant is for "Delivery or possession of a controlled substance at a county jail" for her attempt to introduce contraband into the facility.

Anyone with information on her location is asked to please call the Jasper County Sheriff's Office at 358-8177, or the TIPS hotline at 417-358-TIPS

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On 11/12/2016 Stacia Brogan and Sweet Hull went to the Jasper County Detention Center to visit inmate Aaron Gunn. Hull and Brogan stood next to each other in what appears to be to block the security video camera's few while speaking to Gunn. Brogan makes a movement consistent with pulling something from her left side just prior to Hull reaching forward as if to grab something.

Hull then steps backward dragging her left foot along the floor until she reaches a door leading to the attorney vistitation room and into a secured area of the detention center. Hull makes a movement with her left foot in a manner consistent with pushing something under that door. Inmate Miller was in the attorney room for other purposes and was asked by Gunn to pass the item pushed under the door by visitors to himself. Gunn was seen picking up an item and placing it into his pants by Detention Staff. The item was located during a pat down of Gunn after he left the visitation room and found to contain tobacco, marijuana, cigarettes, matches, and striking plates.

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