Joshua Jerome Glover, a South Carolina corrects officer, is facing multiple charges on allegations that he sold tobacco and marijuana to prison inmates.

According to the S.C. Department of Corrections., Glover is charged with possession with intent to distribute, furnishing or attempting to furnish a prisoner with contraband, misconduct in office and criminal conspiracy, and accepting a bribe as a public official.

According to arrest warrants, he had brought tobacco into Lieber Correctional Institution fifteen times and marijuana ten times. He started working with the department last June.

The warrants have stated that for the deliveries he received $6000 from inmates
He has confessed to the misconduct and has been arrested.

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