Boise Woman Sneaks Meth To Men In Idaho Prison
Editors Note: The version of this story, posted Oct. 22, contained some errors. It was incorrectly reported that Tara Hindman had been sentenced to three years of probation and 100 hours of community service. That sentence had been administered to Heather Hart, who previously guilty to introduction of contraband into a correctional facility. Further updates on Hindman's court appearance on Tuesday, Oct. 22 are not yet available. We apologize for this error. - Daniel Ritz, Digital Managing Editor. Oct. 23,
If you are a part of a scheme to walk into the Idaho State Correctional Facility with a bra full of Meth filled balloons you've probably punched your own ticket into prison yourself and that's exactly what 31-year-old Tara Hindman may have done.
The Idaho Press reports that Hindman was working with 26-year-old Heather Hart in an attempt to deliver drugs to two inmates, 31-year-old Andrew Dechambeau and 26-year-old Tyler Walton who are both serving time in the Idaho State Correctional Facility. Hart allegedly received the drugs from Hindman in a Boise parking lot and then Hart stashed the drugs into four different balloons which she tried to hide in her bra. This is a tactic authorities are used to and picked up on easily.
Hart was arrested and later pleaded guilty to introduction of contraband into a correctional facility, court records show. She was sentenced to three years of probation and 100 hours of community service.
Hindman was charged with conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance and is scheduled to make her initial court appearance today for her alleged participation.