She tried to protect her boyfriend. Now she’s in jail again

A woman facing a jail contraband charge was re-arrested Tuesday for trying to conceal her boyfriend’s whereabouts to prevent his arrest, a detective said.

Deputies arrested Ashley Aileen Glascoe, 26, of Pass Christian on a felony charge of accessory after the fact. They arrested her boyfriend, Buddy Eugene Craig, 30, of Gulfport on a burglary charge.

Glascoe was free on bond after a June 12 arrest on a charge of conspiracy to commit a crime. She had tried to get one or more people to bring Suboxone into the jail while she was an inmate there on a different charge, Harrison County sheriff’s Lt. Coley Judy said.

Suboxone is a prescription drug used to relieve symptoms of narcotics or heroin addiction.

On Aug. 23, the break-in of a car was reported at Magnolia Bay Hotel & Suites on Canal Road. Video surveillance at the hotel identified Craig as the suspect, and investigators learned Glascoe had been with him at the hotel, Judy said.

Investigators obtained an arrest warrant for Craig, he said, and arrested Glascoe when she refused to say where he could be found.

Glascoe, of JP Ladner Road, is held with no bond. Her bond on the conspiracy charge has been revoked.

Craig, of Lizana Road, was held on a $25,000 bond.