Corrections Officer is Accused of Smuggling Drug-Filled Burrito

A corrections officer is accused of trying to smuggle a drug filled burrito into the Buena Vista Correctional Facility. 

Investigators acting on a tip from a prisoner approached Trevor Martineau when he arrived at work on July 2. 

According to court records, Martineau acknowledged having contraband in his lunchbox, and a search turned up a burrito stuffed with a variety of drugs including methamphetamine and heroin. 

Martineau said he was paid $1,000 to smuggle the drugs in the BV prison. 
He is being held in Chaffee County jail on several felony drug charges.

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