$10k bond set for Pine Bluff woman accused of delivering contraband to the adult detention center


By Ray King

A $10,000 bond was set Friday for a Pine Bluff woman accused of delivering contraband into the adult detention center on three different occasions dating back to October.

Yasmine Dunlap, 27, was taken into custody after sheriff’s deputies conduced a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by Dunlap Thursday.

During a court hearing Friday, Chief Deputy Prosecutor Jill Reed said Sheriff’s Investigators were notified on Oct. 23 that a suspicious package had been left in the bail bondsman’s window at the adult detention center.

Reed then read from an affidavit by Investigator Charles White.

Reed said on Wednesday, Investigators Charles Treadway and Marcia Oliver conducted a traffic stop on a white Chevrolet Impala for making an improper lane change.

Dunlap was ordered to come back to court Jan. 10 and said she would hire her own attorney.