Stanley (Press Release) - On
Thursday, October 4, 2012, at approximately 6 p.m., the Stanley Police
Department responded to the Stanley Correctional Institution for a report of a
visitor that delivered prescription medication to an inmate in the prison.
Cathleen F. Shook, 57, of Owen, arrived at the Stanley
Correctional Institution with her 4-year-old granddaughter to visit her son,
Robert L. Bounds Jr., 40, of Stanley (Inmate).
While visiting Bounds, Shook attempted to deliver a large quantity of
Tramadol, a prescription medication, to Bounds.
After being interviewed by officers, Shook
was arrested for Delivering Articles to an Inmate; a Class I Felony. Human Services has been involved because of
Shook's grandchild being present. Shook
will also be charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to
Deliver to a Person in Jail/Prison. Bounds will be referred for charges of being a Party to a Crime.
this year, Bounds was convicted of Burglary for breaking into InstyMeds
Machines and stealing money at hospitals in Stanley, Chippewa Falls, and Osseo
at the Stanley Correctional Institution and the Stanley Police Department
worked together to close this case. A
K-9 officer from Clark County Sheriff's Office was also utilized.
is the second large drug bust at the Stanley Correctional Institution within a
year. On December 31, 2011, Suzanna L.
Stengel, Bruce, WI, was charged with delivering approximately fourteen (14)
balloons of Marijuana to an inmate.
Cooperation among police officers and correctional officers has been
crucial to handling these incidents.
F. Shook, 11/18/1954 (57 years-old), Female
in Owen, WI
Charges: 302.095(1) Delivering Articles to an Inmate;
961.49(b) Possession of
Controlled Substance w/ Intent to Deliver to Person in Jail/Prison
L. Bounds, 03/12/1972 (40 years-old), Male
at Stanley Correctional Institution, Stanley, WI
Charges: 939.05 Party to a Crime (Above listed charges for Cathleen
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