Cinderella, Snow White Implicated In Jail Drug Smuggling Ring

In a creative bid to smuggle drugs into a New Jersey jail, two women allegedly dissolved narcotics into a paste and then painted the drugs onto pages of a coloring book (featuring Cinderella and Snow White) that were mailed to a trio of inmates.

The smuggling attempt was derailed when officials at the Cape May County Correctional Center got a tip that the drug Suboxone was being sent into the lockup. Suboxone is usually prescribed to treat opiate addiction.

Last month, a mail room employee discovered correspondence containing the suspicious coloring book pages containing an “orangey substance” that looked like “water color paint a child would use on an art project.” Investigators released photos of the four coloring book pages seized.

As seen above, Cinderella (click to enlarge) appears with two mice in her hand on one page. A second Cinderella page has “To Daddy” scrawled at its top and is signed “EmmaLee” at the bottom. The third coloring book page, also addressed “To Daddy,” featured Snow White and a couple of dwarves. On a fourth page, a boy shows a girl the new fish he wants to buy.

Along with the two women accused of mailing the pages into the prison, three inmates have also been hit with felony charges.

Comments (15)

Hey Mr. Sherman I am a pharmacist so I know a little bit about drugs. Here is the real deal: Suboxone contains a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is an opioid medication. Buprenorphine is similar to other opioids such as morphine, codeine and heroin. It does have a significant abuse potential for these perps in prison. I do have to admit though the chicks who conjured this scheme up are real "creative geniuses". LMAO!
Yeah, thats pretty ingenious, looks like inmates cant get anymore correspondence from family any longer. Too bad so sad
Wins my award for most ingenious attempt. Check out the handwriting, it looks like it was written by an adult just using a crayon. The letters are too typical for what a grown-up would write with a pen. And the 3rd page is just a dead giveaway.
It was obviously written by an adult, but I have many coloring pages that were done by my daughter and had something like "To Daddy" written by my Ex. A child that colors like that (assuming there is one) can't usually write yet, so it makes sense. This was a brilliant plan and it would have worked "if it hadn't been for those meddling kids!" Seems like someone's got a beef.
Another tip off might have been that a child wouldn't normally stay in the lines that well nor color in the same direction, indicating that an adult did it. Looks like on the other coloring pages, that "EmmaLee" may have partaken in some of the drug while coloring....either that or there really is a little girl who's really angry at her daddy.