BATON ROUGE, La. — Authorities in Louisiana say detectives busted two employees for bringing drugs and cellphones into Angola and arrested another employee for sexual malfeasance.

A Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections news release says 22-year-old Amber Sanders was charged with felony introduction of contraband and had resigned during the investigation. During a shakedown, investigators found three cellphones, among other items.

Investigators found a large cache of drugs on 24-year-old Keyshawnna Rogers during a routine employee shakedown. She was also charged with felony introduction of contraband and resigned during the investigation.

Authorities say 23-year-old Diamond Nicholson was booked on felony sexual malfeasance. An investigation found that Nicholson had sex with an offender on several occasions. She also resigned during the investigation.

It’s unclear if the accused have lawyers.

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