A Wiscasset woman has been indicted by the Lincoln County Grand Jury, alleging she trafficked in prison contraband and attempted to assault someone with bodily fluids.
Susan Doray, 30, of Wiscasset has been indicted on charges stemming from a September incident at Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset.
The investigation started Sept. 13 when six female Two Bridges inmates either tested positive for, or possessed Suboxone and amphetamines.
The investigation allegedly began after Two Bridges Lieutenant Darryl Groh informed Lincoln County Sheriff’s Deputy Paul Rubashkin that Doray appeared to be under the influence. Doray was then tested and allegedly tested positive for Suboxone and amphetamines.
Rubashkin conducted interviews starting on Sept. 15 and Doray allegedly admitted to saving, crushing and snorting Amitrtyptyline for at least three days before the initial incident.
Doray also admitted to allegedly receiving Suboxone from another inmate, and also allegedly took or distributed Vyvanse, which is an amphetamine.
Doray also allegedly told Rubashkin that she distributed pills to other inmates.
During the investigation Doray also allegedly admitted to putting her own breast milk in another prisoner's drink, which could have transmitted diseases, Rubashkin wrote, and hence the attempted assault charge.
Doray was arrested Sept. 17 and charged with Class C attempted aggravated assault, Class trafficking in prison contraband, and Class E violation of conditions of release.
Three other inmates were indicted for the incident.
Stephanie Little, 25, of Edgecomb was charged with Class C trafficking in prison contraband and Class E violation of conditions of release.
Jessica Gray, 24, of Winterport, was charged with Class C trafficking in prison contraband and Class E violation of conditions of release.
Peggi Connors, 40, of Wiscasset was charged with Class C trafficking in prison contraband for Suboxone and Vyvance and Class E violation of conditions of release.
Doray is on a deferred disposition felony charge from Sagadahoc County.
Class C charges are felony crimes and are punishable by up to five years in prison and up to a $5,000 fine.