ST. TAMMANYPARISH, La. -- As St. Tammany Parish detectives were investigating a sheriff's office deputy for possibly bringing contraband into the jail, for which he was later fired, they discovered a Covington woman had been leaving synthetic marijuana in places that inmates could find the narcotic.
Porscha Montana was allegedly placing the synthetic marijuana where inmates were scheduled to work, according to the sheriff's office.
After Montana was questioned by detectives, she was arrested and booked with contraband in penal institution. Authorities don't believe that her action were connected to the deputy who was fired.