Prison Worker Caught Smuggling Meth in Prosthetic Leg: Report

An Oklahoma prison worker faces felony drug charges for allegedly smuggling more than 40 grams of methamphetamine into the facility with his prosthetic leg, the Associated Press reports. Adam Michael Siemer, who works at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary, on Thursday was hit with charges of drug trafficking and bringing contraband into a prison. Prison officials alleged that two bags of meth were discovered in Siemer’s prosthetic leg during an inspection. Siemer, who was a food service supervisor at the lockup, told cops “he had been set up,” the AP notes.