Drone Dump Results In Arrest

September 2015
Micro Mart;2015 Special Issue, Issue 1378, p55
The article cites a report from the Associated Press which delved on the arrest of a pair of individuals who were discovered to be attempting to use a drone to transport drugs, tobacco, and pornography into a maximum-security prison in Maryland.


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