A man was arrested for trying to use his prosthetic leg to smuggle heroin into a Florida jail!
William Conley, of Alabama, was arrested on charges of, “smuggling contraband into a detention facility” and “use or possession of drug paraphernalia.”
Sumter County police brought Conley into the Marion County Jail on a warrant for failure to appear in court after being charged for driving with suspended license.
While being searched, deputies ordered Conley to remove his fake leg.
He was hesitant at first, but complied, according to authorities.
The search netted a syringe inside his prosthetic leg that Conley said he used to inject chickens with vitamins, but tests showed the liquid inside the syringe tested positive for heroin!
He claimed he used morphine and methamphetamine but insisted that the needle was not used for heroin.
Conley was then arrested while the syringe was placed into evidence.