JESSUP, Md. (WJZ)– For the second time in as many days Maryland correctional officers have stopped a person from smuggling the narcotic suboxone into a prison.

Correctional officers at the Dorsey Run Correction Facility have arrested 20-year-old Daniel Lamont Johnson of Glenn Dale after getting a tip from the department’s Intelligence and Investigative Division.

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Officers recovered 55 strips of the narcotic suboxone which Johnson said he was bringing to his cousin who is an inmate at the facility.

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Johnson has been charged with drug possession, possession with intent to distribute, possession in a place of confinement and possessing contraband in a place of confinement.

On Friday, officers at the Roxbury Correctional Institution in Hagerstown recovered 125 suboxone strips given to an inmate by a Baltimore attorney who was then arrested and charged.

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