Woman caught smuggling crystal meth into Georgia jail using her ‘private area’, say deputies

A woman from Calhoun is facing multiple charges for attempting to smuggle illegal drugs into a jail.

On Tuesday evening, just before 9:30 p.m., Floyd County deputies received a call to respond to a residence on Chatillon Road in Rome.

Upon the arrival of the authorities, it was discovered that Brandi Zelinka Dodds had reportedly struck her boyfriend on the forehead, precisely between his eyes, resulting in a bleeding injury.

According to the sheriff’s office, the incident took place in the presence of a 10-year-old child.

Dubbs faced legal consequences when law enforcement apprehended him and accused him of committing simple battery, cruelty to children, and possessing a controlled substance.

During the search at the Floyd County Jail, deputies discovered 77.6 grams of crystal meth concealed in Dubbs’ private area.

After being apprehended, she has now accumulated additional charges including trafficking illegal drugs and crossing guard lines with illegal drugs. Authorities have taken her into custody and she has been placed in the Floyd County Jail.

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