Man Arrested After Drug Trafficking With An Inmate


Wabash Valley Correctional Facility Correctional Police made a road trip to put the cuffs on a drug trafficking suspect.

Brandon Williamson, 24, was arrested Friday in Indianapolis by Wabash Valley CPO Kevin Allen and Investigator Randy Vanvleet. Williamson faces two Level 5 felony charges of Trafficking With an Inmate in Sullivan County.

The charges stem from an incident on April 21st at WVCF when Williamson was captured on video passing a bag of chips to his brother, Brian Williamson.

The snack included 6 balloons, with 5 containing methamphetamine and another that tested positive for marijuana. Offender Williamson, 25, was segregated immediately after the visit until he passed the swallowed contraband.

WVCF investigators, with help from the Indiana Department of Correction Indianapolis Bureau, apprehended Brandon Williamson at Martin University in the capital city. The student was transported from campus, directly to the Sullivan County Jail, with bond set at $30,000.

His case will be heard in Sullivan Circuit Court.

Offender Williamson faces a Level 4 Felony, Possession of Methamphetamine charge in Sullivan Circuit Court.

He’s now held in restricted status housing at WVCF. Prior to this charge, Williamson was convicted in Marion County on two counts of Murder, Robbery and Possession of a Handgun Without a License.

His current release date is 2100.

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