A mother and daughter as the police said was “hoping to spread a holiday anniversary” was arrested and accused of flying a dronning whack to a prison in Florida.
Casandra Kerr, 40, and Cencetta Didiano, 22, in Tampa, allegedly flew their “special delivery” on the roof of the Martin Correctional Institute in Indiantown, officials said.
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9659006] The couple tried to deliver tobacco and mobile phones to an inmate, who was Kerrs wife, and Didan’s father, Martin County Sheriff Office wrote on Facebook on Tuesday .
Their plan happened when the prison guards noticed the queen and warned the sheriff’s office. Deputies found the mother daughter duo “driving around outside the facility”.
The authorities said the two acknowledged that they had bought the dronning on eBay and attempted to deliver smuggling to their prisoner in prison, which holds about 1,500 inmates.  Kerr, who was responsible for introducing smuggling into a correctional facility, and Didiano, who were accused of helping in the effort, were both taken in custody.