Drones have become the newest method of delivering cell phones, tobacco and drugs to inmates in Georgia.
Prison officials are spending millions of dollars to try to stop the flow of contraband to convicts, installing infra-red cameras and even netting along fence lines.
So, inmates are becoming more creative.
Unmanned drones are one way they are smuggling in cell phones, which allow them to continue their illegal enterprises from behind bars.
The head of the state Department of Corrections admits it’s a fight he’s losing as prisoners make better use of technology.
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