A $25,000 bond was set Monday for a suspect who was allegedly among three trying to get contraband to the Mabel Bassett Correctional Center in McLoud on Sunday, prompting a manhunt in that area..

A $25,000 bond was set Monday for a suspect who was allegedly among three trying to get contraband to the Mabel Bassett Correctional Center in McLoud on Sunday, prompting a manhunt in that area..

Pottawatomie County Undersheriff Travis Palmer said Mary Albicker, 37, a recent prisoner released on Nov. 2, was among the three involved in the manhunt Sunday and was arrested in Shawnee Sunday evening.

Albicker is being held in the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center on a complaint of bringing contraband in to a penal institution; formal charges have not been filed.

Two other suspects sought in Sunday's manhunt have not been located, Palmer said, but deputies are following some leads in the case.

Palmer said a resident who lives in that area saw a suspicious person near the prison Sunday morning.

Three suspects wearing hoodies and all back clothing were seen fleeing the area after an attempt to get the items over the prison fence.

Palmer said 11 packages of contraband — the size of miniature footballs — were found. Most contained tobacco products, he said, but a total 15 cells phones were located in the packages as well.

Palmer said DOC guards were able to recognize Albicker as one of the three suspects since she was recently released form the prison.

Department of Corrections records show Albicker was incarcerated for three Tulsa County cases involving robbery or attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon. She began her incarceration in 2009, and was released Nov. 2, but is still on DOC probation.

McLoud's prison houses more than 1,000 female inmates.

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