MOBERLY, Mo. (AP) -

Two women came to visit a Missouri jail - and ended up staying. Authorities say they brought marijuana to the jail.
 
Officers with the North Missouri Drug Task Force and Moberly police arrested a 29-year-old woman from Harrison, Ark., and a 22-year-old Springfield woman after they allegedly brought marijuana to the Moberly Correctional Facility, where they were visiting an inmate.
 
KMIZ reports the two women were arrested Saturday on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance to a correctional facility. They're being held on $75,000 bond at the Randolph County Jail.
 
Authorities say two juveniles were also taken into protective custody and turned over to the Randolph County Juvenile Office.