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BRUNSWICK, NC (WWAY) — Charges against a mother accused of smuggling a razor blade to her son in jail have been dropped, so that she could be indicted.

A grand jury indicted Delphia Mae Bryant for a felony charge of providing weapons to an inmate. Investigators say back in the spring she tried to bring her son Craig Bryant a razor blade in at the Brunswick County Jail. Craig is charged with the 2008 murder of Shallotte real estate agent Adam Bradshaw.

District Attorney Jon David says Delphia Bryant has not yet been served with the indictment.

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7 Comments on "FIRST ON 3: Mother indicted for trying to give razor blade to murder suspect son in jail"

2015 years 10 months ago


Not her first time or her sons. Copy the file above to your browser, go to page 8.

Sheila Siler
2015 years 10 months ago

This lady worked all of her life and owns her own home. Guess that is the normal thinking. Know ALL of the facts before you assume ALL of us are on welfare.

2015 years 10 months ago

I guess we know now why the son turned out the way he did.

2015 years 10 months ago

is receiving any form of entitlements, and is convicted, they need to end effective with the date of conviction. If she lives in Section 8 housing or receives a Section 8 voucher, she needs to be put on the street as a lesson to others.

2015 years 10 months ago

Lets see how long it takes them to serve her now that she knows they are looking for her. LOL Smart.

2015 years 10 months ago

What a scary looking woman. I hope they lock her up and throw away the key. May karma serve her well.

calvin lewis
2015 years 10 months ago



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