But, when they got to 28-year-old Stephen Dineen's housing area they discovered the wall underneath Dineen's bunk discolored.
At a closer look, officials found the wall patched up with toothpaste. Inside the small hole in the wall was a metallic mop head, the size of a sharpie pen, says Sheriff Robert Maciol.
Maciol says although the hole was at it's infancy stage, they are charging the inmate with a felony. Dinnen is currently being held on robbery charges. He will be arraigned in Whitestown Court at a later date.