MICHIGAN CITY | A South Bend woman was arrested Sunday at the Indiana State Prison after prison officials said she tried to pass synthetic marijuana and other items to an inmate.
Nancy Odynski, 42, of South Bend, was initially charged with trafficking, a Class C felony, according to Indiana Department of Correction.
Odynski, was visiting with her friend, offender Craig Hardesty, when she trafficked several packages that contained K2, a synthetic marijuana; suboxone, a drug used to treat addiction to narcotics; and tobacco, according to the DOC.
She was arrested by a Correctional Police officer and taken to the LaPorte County Jail for booking.
Hardesty is serving a four years for theft/receiving stolen property, from St. Joseph Superior Court. His earliest possible release date was March 3, 2016.