Two inmates from an Oklahoma correctional facility were found with contraband including drugs, alcohol, mouse traps and sports bras, according to the Department of Corrections.
The two men were discovered with three duffle bags full of contraband after an inmate count found them missing from the Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Facility in Hodgen.
The DOC said a bloodhound helped officers find Gregory Shreve and Lucas Hudgins-Delacruz hiding under a trailer on facility property, a news release states.
The tracking dog searched the area and found the duffle bags in a nearby creek. The bags contained several items including 30 pounds of pipe tobacco, a half pound of marijuana, cell phones and chargers, two bottles of Hennessy liquor, six cans of air freshener, two boxes of mouse traps, one do-rag and two sports bras.
The bags also contained three bottles of liquid that tested positive for opiates.