Update on "Mom son drug kiss" that led to the arrest of a New York woman arrested last week. Allegedly, an inmate’s mother French-kissed her son and passed along the painkiller, Oxycodone, in her mouth. She faces a litany of drug charges, but is out on bail. She pleaded not-guilty Tuesday. Imagine that?
According to a Feb. 6 CBS News report, what began as a regular visit of a caring and "loving" mom to visit her son in jail, turned out to be a drug kiss gone badly.
Kimberly Margeson, 54, who hails from Penn Yan, was on a routine visit to see her son, William J. Partridge, 30, last Tuesday.
Police allege that at some point just before going into the correctional facility, Margeson placed several Oxycodone pills in her mouth and passed by guards with the undetected drugs.
Reportedly, she couple (pictured here) exchanged a goodbye kiss and the woman prepared to make her way out of the prison.
However, at some point the drugs were found and the woman was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor for contraband and one felony drug count.
While the drug is considered a very effective painkiller, it is also high on the list of prescription medications that are abused regularly. Additionally, it carries a high street value and is rapidly becoming the drug of choice.
It's unknown why the woman would risk getting her son in deeper trouble; he already is behind bars for a felony weapons charges. Additionally, he was hit with additional charges for this recent violation.