Correctional Officer Indicted After Allegedly Bringing Meth To Jail

by Christian Mower on July 12, 2017

 

Ossipee ,NH – A Correctional Officer has resigned after allegedly bringing drugs into the Carroll County Jail. According to the Carroll County Sheriffs Department Former Correctional Officer 28-year-old Zina Ryan, of Wakefield NH, is under investigation for allegedly bringing Methamphetamine into the Carroll County House of Corrections on June 4th.

Shortly after the investigation got underway Officer Ryan resigned from her position. Authorities said that there is currently no indication that any of the substance was given to any inmates.

She was indicted by the Carroll County Grand Jury for Acts Prohibited a Class B felony.

In a statement Sheriff Domenic Richardi and County Corrections Superintendent Jason Henry said “While this is a serious offense, it highlights the substance abuse crisis. This addiction is indiscriminate and affects people in all walks of life. It is important to strike a balance between holding people accountable and getting them the help they need”