Climax woman delivered drugs to an inmate by hiding them in a Bible, sheriff says
CLIMAX — A woman was arrested Thursday after allegedly delivering drugs concealed in a Bible to an inmate in the Chatham County Jail.
The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office reported that they served warrants from Chatham County on the suspect.
Caitlin Michelle Newman, 24, of 6013 Piedmont St., Climax, was charged with three counts of felony conspiring, providing drugs to an inmate, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver a Schedule III controlled substance, conspiracy to sell/deliver a Schedule III controlled substance and controlled substance possessed/located in confinement.
Warrants from Chatham County state that on Jan. 25, Newman “conspired to and ultimately did use a Bible to conceal Suboxone and deliver the controlled substance” to an inmate, Warren Pittman, 30, of Siler City.