Michigan Man Caught Throwing Drug-Filled Football Into Prison
A felonious football touched down near the yard of Michigan’s Robert Cotton Correctional Facility over the weekend containing mind-altering illegal contraband.
According to a report by the Detroit Free Press, a man showed up outside the prison on Sunday and threw a football containing heroin, marijuana, tobacco and several cell phones over the wall in hopes of making it into the inmate recreational area. However, the pass was ruled incomplete, as the not-so-super-ball ended up between two fences instead.
Unfortunately, corrections officers witnessed the entire foul play. “After observing the passenger exit the vehicle and throw the football, our officer ran towards the vehicle and drew his Taser and told the driver to stop, which he did,” said Russ Marlan, with the Michigan Department of Corrections.
While it does not appear 32-year-old Christen Deon-Sterling Moore has what it takes to make the pros, there is speculation that he will soon be a top draft pick in the prison league when he arrives to do a stint of up to 10 years for drug smuggling.