In Custody Crimes (Crimes related to Correctional Facilities)

Introducing Contraband in the First Degree, C.R.S. 18-8-203

(1) a person commits introducing contraband in the first degree if he or she knowingly and unlawfully:

(a) introduces or attempts to introduce a dangerous instrument, malt, vinous, or spiritous liquor, fermented malt beverage, controlled substance, or marijuana into a detention facility or at any location where an inmate is or is likely to be located, while an inmate is in the custody and under the jurisdiction of a political subdivision of the state of Colorado or the department of corrections , but not on parole; or

(b) being a person confined in a detention facility, makes any dangerous instrument, controlled substance, marijuana, or alcohol.

(2) introducing contraband in the first degree is a class 4 felony.

Introducing Contraband in the Second Degree, C.R.S. 18-8-204

(1) a persons commits introducing contraband in the second degree if he or see knowingly and unlawfully:

(a) introduces or attempts to introduce contraband into a detention facility

(b) being a person confined in a detention facility, makes any contraband

(3) introduction of contraband in the second degree is a class 6 felony.