FAYETTE, AL — 24th Circuit District Attorney Andy Hamlin announced Friday that six people were sentenced to jail last week following an investigation into contraband smuggled into the county jail by Fayette.


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Hamlin said the defendants each had a role in smuggling illegal drugs and paraphernalia to inmates at the facility, including methamphetamine, heroin, Suboxone and syringes.

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According to Hamlin’s office, the investigations took place over the past year, where it was discovered that the six people were working together to smuggle drugs into the facility. He then pointed to one particular instance where the defendants conspired with an inmate on probation to leave contraband at a drop off point.

“These substances are dangerous and illegal outside prison, but even more so inside detention.
“, did he declare. “The potential for violence surrounding drug use and dealings inside a prison can greatly endanger the safety of inmates and our detention officers.

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Convicted :

  • Houston Cody Anderson, 24, of Fayette, — 10 years in prison for conspiring to distribute a controlled substance.
  • Tracy Lynn Brashier, 32 — 12 years in prison for conspiracy to commit a crime related to a controlled substance.
  • Jason Glenn Dalton, 43, of Fayette – 17 years in prison for conspiracy to commit a crime related to a controlled substance.
  • Gregory Shane Fortner, 41, of Fayette – 18 years in prison for promoting second degree contraband in prison.
  • Randall Colby Glasgow, 36 — 15 years and one month in prison for conspiring to distribute a controlled substance.
  • Thomas Tirrell Stallworth, 37 – 15 years in prison for second-degree prison smuggling promotion.

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