|Nicole Marie Landrum (mug shot SCSO)|
A woman from Lampe who was to be jailed for four days due to a drug court sanction had her stay extended after she was caught with smuggled drugs in her cell.
Court documents allege that when Nicole Marie Landrum, 44, arrived at the Stone County jail on January 7th she "hid methamphetamine on her person." After jailers noticed behavior consistent with the use of meth, she was given a drug test which came back dirty.
Landum's cell was searched and a substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine was found hidden in her bed.
Landrum pleaded guilty to meth charges in 2009 and 2011 in Stone County and was sentenced to 120 days of shock time in both incidents. She was then placed in drug court. She also pleaded guilty to possession of synthetic drugs in Taney County in 2009.
She is being held on $25,000 cash only bond.