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Brothers in jail allegedly exchanged pill in church

A pair of brothers being held at the Davison County Jail were charged with exchanging drugs during a Thursday jail church service. According to court documents, Logan Sapp, 22, shook hands with Levi Sapp, 26, both of Mitchell. The brothers then l...

A pair of brothers being held at the Davison County Jail were charged with exchanging drugs during a Thursday jail church service.

According to court documents, Logan Sapp, 22, shook hands with Levi Sapp, 26, both of Mitchell. The brothers then left the church service.

Corrections officers reportedly saw on video that Logan Sapp appeared to put something in his pocket after the handshake.

When corrections officers began to search Logan Sapp, he allegedly took out a 300 mg pill of quetiapine fumarate, a medication used to treat mental and mood disorders, and attempted to put it in his mouth before noticing he was being watched and placing the pill on a table.

Levi Sapp is prescribed quetiapine fumarate, while Logan Sapp is not.

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Levi Sapp, who was sentenced on Aug. 31 to four years and seven months in prison for beating a woman and baby, is charged with delivery of a prohibited item to an inmate. Logan Sapp, who is being held in jail on charges of reckless driving, eluding and aggravated eluding, violating a protection order, violating probation and various drug possession offenses, is charged with possession of a prescription drug by an inmate.

Both charges are Class 4 felonies, and each Sapp brother could face 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.

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