A Penn Yan woman briefly joined her son in Yates County Jail after she was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance and promoting prison contraband.
While visiting her inmate son at the Yates County Jail, 54 year old Kimberly Margeson is accused of putting Oxycodone pills into her mouth and passing them along to William Partridge as they kissed.
Margeson pleaded not guilty to the two charges in and was released on a $2,000 bail.
Partridge, who remains jailed after being held for an alleged previous weapons offense, was charged with a misdemeanor count of promoting prison contraband.
A Yates County Sheriff's Department report said Margeson put the pills into her mouth before visiting the jail.
"She then passed two pills from her mouth to her son's mouth when she kissed him," the report said. It is not known whether they used tongues to facilitate the exchange, police said.
The Smoking Gun adds that the drugs - an opioid narcotic pain reliever similar to morphine - were for Partridge's own use.
Her 30 year old son will be arraigned on Promoting Prison Contraband charges next week.