Corrections worker allegedly smuggled pot to inmate using toilet paper roll

Xavier Palomares, 24, resigned from his position at the Diagnostic and Evaluation Center after being arrested Saturday, corrections officials said. 
Toilet paper

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A former employee at a Lincoln correctional facility was arrested after allegedly smuggling marijuana to an inmate.

Xavier Palomares, 24, resigned from his position at the Diagnostic and Evaluation Center after being arrested Saturday, corrections officials said.

Investigators said in court documents Palomares hid marijuana inside the cardboard portion of a roll of toilet paper and gave it to an inmate.

Palomares was arrested for unauthorized communications with a prisoner and delivery of a controlled substance – both felonies.

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