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Woman Gets 25 Years In Prison Following Odd Arrest

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PONTOTOC COUNTY, OK -- 25 years. That's the sentence handed down by a Pontotoc County judge to Christie Harris.  

The sentencing comes after an arrest that got a lot of attention for the odd way Harris smuggled a gun into jail.

Harris, along with 30-year old Jennifer Delancy,  was arrested in Ada back in March for drug and felony firearm possession.  

While being booked in to the Pontotoc County Jail, police found a gun partially hidden in Harris's vagina.  

Harris was charged with bringing contraband into a jail facility.  

Harris has been sentenced to 25 years in a state prison.  

Delancy received 20 years.  

The two are still in the Pontotoc County Jail awaiting transfer to a state penitentiary.