Police: Woman Hid Crack Cocaine Inside Foil In Her Vagina

WABASSO, Fla. (CBS Tampa) – Indian River County Sheriff officers pulled over a green Chrysler for window tint violation and found a female passenger was hiding drugs up her vagina.

The TCPalm reports that deputies first asked the driver of the vehicle, 47-year-old Robert William King for his license, registration, and proof of insurance.  “I don’t have a license! I’m a habitual,” King responded to the officer.

King’s is listed as a habitual traffic violator and his license was revoked in 2008

That is when police say the passenger in the car, 42-year-old Jennifer Renee Crosby, looked nervous and was shaking.

She first told police there were no drugs in the car or on her person, but then an investigator asked a female cop to search the car.  That was when Crosby told officers that she had drugs.  “I have drugs up my vagina,” Crosby told the officer.

An officer handed Crosby a latex glove when she agreed to take out it out.

“Ouch,” Crosby said as she was taking the foil wrapped drugs out of her vagina.

Officers asked Crosby if she was alright and she replied with: “The foil is hurting the inside of my vagina.”

After removing the drugs, Crosby was arrested on possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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