St Petersburg, FL – 32-year-old Terrika Hall was arrested after being caught sneaking a cell phone into a Pinellas County jail that she works out of. Hall works for Trinity Services Group, a company that is contracted to provide food services to the jail.
Hall was allegedly paid $200 to illegally give the cell phone to an inmate, and $100 per week to continuously sneak in batteries to keep the phone working.
According to authorities, two outside parties who helped in conspiring to pull off the illegal activities are also being criminally charged by Pinellas County Sheriffs. The inmate who was caught with the phone during a random search gave up the name of Terrika Hall as the person who snuck the phone into the prison.
By Marc Charles for Money Talk Radio
Sources: AP News