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Police in New York have arrested a 54-year-old woman after she tried to smuggle drugs to her son in prison through a kiss.

On Feb. 7, NY Daily News said that Kimberly Margeson visited her son in prison in late January and had Oxycodone, a powerful painkiller similar to morphine, in her mouth. When she finally embraced her dear son, she got the opportunity to show her great maternal love with a French kiss.

Their mouths opened and saliva was exchanged and her son finally got a taste of their long awaited treat, Oxycodone.

The guards smelled something fishy because mother and son don't normally French kiss each other. Shortly after, the candidate for "Mom of the year" ​​was arrested on the spot.

The mother was charged with felony drug count and a misdemeanor count of promoting prison contraband. After pleading not guilty, she was released on a $2,000 bail.

The son, William Partridge, 30, was indicted for a misdemeanor count of promoting prison contraband. The penalty will be in addition to his original prison sentence for illegal weapons possession.


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