File - Stewart is singing the praises of drones.
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Mobiles phones, marijuana and tobacco made up the illicit payload of the small drone that crashed before it could get inside of the Lee Correctional Institution, which houses about 1,000 convicts.Last November, four people were arrested in Georgia after a sharp-eyed prison guard spotted a small drone being used to ferry nearly 1 kilogram of tobacco to inmates.Despite a growing number of small drones in American skies, the Federal Aviation Administration says their use for anything other than personal purposes is illegal, pending the adoption of fresh regulations.
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