INDIANAPOLIS -- Forty people have been indicted on charges that prison guards and inmates helped run a methamphetamine and heroin ring from Indiana correction facilities.The FBI conducted early morning raids across the state Wednesday involving 300 SWAT agents at numerous locations.According to the indictment, between June 2011 and August, inmates coordinated buying meth, heroin, PCP and acid from California and Chicago and having it shipped to Indiana, where correction officers would smuggle some of the drugs and cellphones behind bars.