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Raw video: Cuyahoga County Jail security footage shows a prisoner trying to catch the marijuana, and a cell phone that has been dropped from a drone.
Ohio authorities released a video this week that shows a prison inmate in the institution to accept the contraband, which had been blocked off by a drone.
The surveillance footage was taken at the Cuyahoga County Jail, at Euclid, on the 21st of June, the man, who is out for the rest of the other prisoners, if he starts to wander, and gaze up into the sky.
Then, suddenly, he jerks forward, as his orange prison suit, in an attempt to catch something that falls from the sky, falling to the ground. The inmate is then run, with the help of his uniform, and hide, before starting to walk.
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Authorities say the items were dropped into the prison included marijuana, and a direct dial telephone, WJW reported.
“If it can happen there, it can happen anywhere,” Erie County Sheriff Paul Sigsworth said. “You’re trying to stay one step ahead as best as you can, but try to learn from incidents such as those at local and national levels.”
Drones to drop contraband in a prison, or it is nothing. In December 2018, with a mother and her daughter have been said to be a flying drone filled with contraband on to a Florida state prison. And in the summer of 2017, if a South Carolina inmate, was able to escape the jail by cutting through a wire fence with the wire cutters he was received by the drone.
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Last year, the us Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) added a new air restrictions on drones, allowing them to be flown in 19 prisons.
“This is the first time that the Agency has posted the specific flight restrictions on unmanned aerial vehicles, or “drones,” of the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the U.S. Coast Guard facilities,” a press release, the FAA stated in June 2018. “The FAA has placed a similar flight restrictions over military installations in the place to be, and more than a dozen federal Ministry of the Interior of the facilities, and seven are Department of Energy facilities.”