Carson Park manager faces drug charges involving local inmate

A property manager at Carson Park in Paducah is accused of supplying an inmate laborer with methamphetamine, according to the McCracken County Sheriff’s Department.

Deputies say McCracken County deputy jailers conducted a spot check at Carson Park on inmate 28-year-old Harold Fletcher Friday afternoon, and they found him in a locked office building with the property manager, 49-year-old Mary Jennett. 

After Jennett unlocked the building, deputies say they found Fletcher in a bathroom with meth. They also say Jennett had been supplying meth to and smoking it with Fletcher. 

The meth and a pipe were seized from the building during a search of the office, investigators say.

Fletcher was charged with first degree possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia. Jennett was charged with first degree meth trafficking, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of meth. 

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