Bay County attorney charged in cologne contraband case at prison set for trial

BAY COUNTY, Fla. – A Bay County attorney who has been charged with passing contraband in a detention facility and lying about it will soon learn his fate. According to court documents a trial date for Greg Wilson is set to begin August 20th, in connection to several incidents in which he’s accused of giving cologne-soaked business cards to female inmates so they could have the smell of a man in their cell. Bay County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Wilson in October 2017, according to reports at NewsHerald.com.
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