WARSAW — More details have been released regarding a Kosciusko County Jail contract nurse who allegedly attempted to provide drugs to an inmate.
Jessica Greer Frost, 41, 17471 Tomahawk Trail, Plymouth, is charged with two counts of trafficking with an inmate and dealing in a schedule V controlled substance with enhancing circumstances, all level 6 felonies.
Frost is not a sheriff’s employee, but instead works on a contractual basis.
So far, the inmate, Jonathan Isaac Fry, 39, Fort Wayne, has not been charged.
Fry has been an inmate in the jail since June 19.
According to court documents, an officer with the Indiana State Police received information that Frost had provided a cell phone to Fry. The officer also received information that both Frost and Fry were romantically involved and “furthering their relationship” in the Kosciusko County Jail nurse’s office, according to court paper.
On Nov. 6, KCJ staff and NET43 officers saw Frost remove Fry from his cell block and take him to the nurse’s office. They both were inside the nurse’s office for about 20 minutes. When they left the office, officers detained and searched both of them.
While searching Fry, officers found seven gabapentin tablets inside a paper cup, which was folded up and stapled. Frost was searched by a female correction officer. While searching Frost, the officer found a folding pocket knife and a cellphone. During the search of the cell block that Fry is housed in at the jail, a cellular phone charger was located, but the cellphone was not located.
Gabapentin is an anti-epileptic drug.
Frost was booked in the Kosciusko County Jail on Nov. 6, with a $10,250 surety and cash bond.