An agent with Customs and Border Protection has been accused of smuggling methamphetamine and suboxone into a Washington prison for her criminal boyfriend. But remember, our federal institutions are completely above reproach.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer is under federal investigation for allegedly smuggling methamphetamine and suboxone into a Washington State prison for her boyfriend, a member of the Rollin’ 60s Crips street gang who is serving 69 years for shooting and killing a homeless man at a Seattle bus shelter, according to an FBI search warrant application obtained by The Daily Beast.
Officer Melissa Mesa, who has yet to be charged with a crime, is accused of sneaking the illicit substances into Washington State’s Clallam Bay Corrections Center at the request of her alleged love interest, Say Keodara. The two reportedly met through Mesa’s son, who had previously been locked up at the same facility, the document states.
In 2013, Keodara was convicted of murder for a 2011 shooting that left three other victims wounded. Prosecutors said Keodara opened fire on his four victims during a botched robbery at a bus shelter, reportedly because he was “angry that none had money or valuables to give him.” (H/T – Mis. Hum.)
I’m not sure which is more puzzling; the fact that she allegedly smuggled narcotics into the prison or that she has not been charged with a crime.