Officials Release Mugshots Of Mom, Prisoner Son Accused Of Mailing/Receiving Drugs

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Georgetown – Investigators at the Sussex Correctional Institution (SCI) have arrested Angel Osborne, 43, of Hurlock, Maryland for sending narcotics to her son, Patrick Osborne, an inmate serving time at SCI for unrelated charges, according to Delaware Department of Corrections Spokeswoman Jayme Gravell.

Gravell said investigators learned in late December that a shipment of contraband was expected to arrive at the prison. Investigators determined that Angel Osborne would be sending the contraband through the United States Postal Service, according to Gravell. Investigators were able to intercept the narcotics before they reached the incarcerated individuals.

The Hurlock Police Department in Maryland was able to locate and arrest Angel Osborne and she was subsequently extradited to Delaware.
Patrick Osborne was charged with Criminal Solicitation, Promoting Prison Contraband, and Conspiracy 2nd Degree. He was arraigned at the Justice of Peace Court and received an $8,000 cash bond on his new charges.

Angel Osborne was charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance, Promoting Prison Contraband, and Conspiracy 2nd degree. She was arraigned before the Justice of the Peace Court, and she was committed to the Department of Correction in lieu of $13,000 cash bail.

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