Oklahoma woman recently released from prison accused of trying to drop off contraband

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MCLOUD, Okla. - An Oklahoma woman who was recently released from prison is accused of trying to drop off contraband at the facility.

Sunday afternoon, a concerned citizen who lives near the Mabel Bassett Correctional Center notified authorities of suspicious activity.

Authorities say three suspects dressed in all black allegedly tried to throw contraband over the fence at the Mabel Bassett Correctional Center in McLoud.

Ultimately, the contraband was found and included bags of smoking tobacco.

Officials said it is unclear if the suspects were also staging an escape for multiple inmates from the prison.

Deputies tell KFOR one of the suspects accused of trying to drop of the contraband, 37-year-old Mary A. Albicker, is now in custody.

According to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Albicker had been discharged just on November 2.

Mary A. Albicker, Oklahoma Department of Corrections


She was on parole for robbery with a dangerous weapon.

Perimeters were set up near Pottawatomie Road, and arrest warrants have been issued for the two remaining suspects.


The sheriff's office asks the public to avoid the area and call 911 or 405-273-1727 with information about the case.

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