HB 70 - Currently, a person commits the offense of possession of unlawful items in a prison or jail if the person possesses, delivers, deposits, or conceals certain items in a prison or jail. This act adds two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts to the list of prohibited items. A violation of the provisions of this act are punished as a Class E felony. This act does not apply to law enforcement officers lawfully engaged in their duties or any person who is authorized to use such a device in the facility. A non-inmate posses certain items in a correctional center or jail if there is no intent to conceal a device. If such a person fails to comply with an order to surrender such item, that person shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.