Florida mother, daughter sent contraband into the prison via drone delivery, deputies say

Cencetta Didiano, left, and her mother, Casandra Kerr, right, were arrested after they flew a drone filled with contraband on the roof of a prison where their family member was to be found, deputies said.
(Martin County Sheriff’s Office)

A mother and daughter who police said were “in the hope to spread some holiday cheer” were arrested and accused of flying a drone filled with contraband to a Florida state prison.

Casandra Kerr, 40, and Cencetta Didiano, 22, Tampa, allegedly flew their “special delivery” on the roof of the Martin Correctional Institute in Indiantown, the officials said.


The pair is trying to deliver tobacco and mobile phones to a prisoner, that was Kerr is the woman, and Didiano father, Martin County Sheriff’s Office wrote on Facebook on Tuesday.

Their plan was foiled when guards noticed the drone and alerted the sheriff’s office. Found the mother-daughter duo “drive outside the establishment.”

The authorities said that they admitted that they bought the drone on E-bay and try to deliver the contraband to their family member in prison.
(Martin County Sheriff’s Office)

The authorities said the two admitted that they had bought the drone on eBay and try to deliver the contraband to their family member in prison, where the houses a little more than 1,500 prisoners.

Kerr, who was charged with introduction of contraband into a correctional facility, and Didiano, who was charged with helping in the fight, were taken into custody.

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