Former Jailer Admits To Providing Drugs To Inmates

A former jailer, who has admitted he provided drugs to inmates, will not be spending any time behind bars himself.

Kenneth Kentrolis used to work at the Duplin County jail until an SBI undercover operation found that he was funneling drugs into the jail.

Because he has no prior record, Kentrolis was given just probation, and no active jail time.

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  • by Anonymous Location: not in Duplin on Jun 4, 2009 at 06:53 PM
    look at this!!!!Isn't Duplin county a Safe place for us and our children to be????NOTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!! The whole darn county is crooked and you all know it as good as I do!! And I'm talking to the law enforcement as well the one employed by the crooks!! I am sure there are a few and I mean a very few who do their best to fight the crimes and drugs in Duplin county but to the ones who don't just remember we may not see you and the bad things you do but God sees everything,and you all will be judged One day....GOD BLESS
  • by Curious on May 30, 2009 at 10:03 PM
    Well if he was selling drugs at the jail he is selling in the streets
  • by davenport Location: raleigh on May 23, 2009 at 10:42 PM
    well i see how sheriff wallace handles one of his own that gets caught dealing drugs ,right straight out the gate there saying no jail time unsupervised probation the most he will get,ive never seen someone get in trouble an there already sentenced way before court day ?? i think it he needs to be tried an sentenced as if he was anyone else that gets caught with drugs in jail or while being booked an found drugs on there person ,but not at blake wallaces jail,but if the internal affairs would investigate the narcotics agents blake has like micheal tyndal ,roger edwards,they would see alot of crooked ,drug dealing an these 2 narcs will make a inocent man guilty even if they have to plant dope on them to get there man ,please someone needs to have these 2 narcs micheal g tyndal an roger lee edwards investigated asap an drug test them they are not standing behind what they were sworn to do as officers they are not true officers there crooked an bad .help us now someone.
  • by The difference is? Location: SHOCKVILLE on May 21, 2009 at 09:20 AM
    RE:Posted by: Bob Location: Belhaven on May 20, 2009 at 05:06 PM ***People keep in mind this days he worked for the Duplin County Jail system, Not the Department of Corrections ie. Prison". Hey fellow, they both 'represent the law". Get my drift???
  • by Bob Location: Belhaven on May 20, 2009 at 02:06 PM
    ***People keep in mind this days he worked for the Duplin County Jail system, Not the Department of Corrections ie. Prison".
  • by paul Location: kinston on May 20, 2009 at 11:27 AM
    he has to keep the animals subdued somehow
  • by anon Location: wallace on May 20, 2009 at 08:08 AM
    first of all he was convicted of providing inmates with drugs,not recieving money for drugs.the jail is a cashless system. if any money changed hands it would be from the's do not like other co's that do this because it puts others at risk.he has a very small child and married. was very SHOCKED he done this .but not surprised that it happens in alot correctional facilities.
  • by Wanda Location: Kenansville on May 20, 2009 at 07:14 AM
    Anonymous, the "prison environment" is a society within a society. The prisoners use money at a cashless prison. Gold figure. huh.
  • by Bob Location: Belhaven on May 20, 2009 at 07:10 AM
    Before you start making blanket statements, find out what Correctional Officers think of their fellow officers who sell drugs/other not allowed items to inmates. I am sure jailors feel the same way. If they will sell drugs to an inmate, they will bring or be blackmailed into bringing in a gun. This puts everyones life in danger! Officers hate these guys!
  • by Anonymous on May 19, 2009 at 06:14 PM
    Criminals are guarding criminals...Very interesting...
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