A heavily armored vehicle drives through a staging area during a search for two escaped prisoners near Dannemora, N.Y., Thursday, June 11, 2015. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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District Attorney Andrew Wylie would not specify the prohibited items that Joyce Mitchell allegedly supplied but said they weren't the power tools that David Sweat and Richard Matt used to break out last weekend.The district attorney also said that well before the breakout, Mitchell was investigated over suspicions she had a relationship with one of the men.Mitchell, an instructor at the prison tailor shop, where the two convicts worked, has not been charged.The district attorney said he is considering two charges against Mitchell: accessory to escape and promoting prison contraband.On Thursday, a person close to the investigation said that Mitchell had befriended the two men and agreed to be the getaway driver but never showed up.
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