Woman Arrested For Concealing Drugs In Private Parts, Fake Heart Attack To Evade Police Suspicion

Photo Credit: Wayne County Sheriffs Office

A woman from Indiana has been taken into custody after allegedly faking a heart attack and attempting to hide a sizable bag of illegal drugs in her private parts, reports FOX News.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Department reported that Amanda Smith, 41, was pulled over by Deputy Ryan Riggs, Deputy Aaron Crawford, and Deputy Matt Wright on September 4. Suspecting drug activity, the officers conducted a search of Smith’s vehicle, which was confirmed by K9 Copper indicating the presence of narcotics. Court documents obtained by FOX 59 Indianapolis revealed that Smith immediately pretended to have a heart attack and prohibited medical professionals from assessing her condition.

Despite being taken to a local hospital, Smith adamantly refused medical treatment and refused to remove her clothing. When she insisted on using the restroom alone, law enforcement officials suspected that she was attempting to conceal drugs and dispose of the evidence. 

Nurses reportedly noticed a plastic sandwich bag concealed in her private area. A body scan performed at Wayne County Jail confirmed an abnormality in her pelvic region, but Smith continued to deny any wrongdoing.

Eventually, Smith confessed to hiding drugs in her private parts and handed over an

“avocado-size plastic sandwich bag”

containing methamphetamine, crack cocaine, and fentanyl, reports note. 

Further investigation uncovered more illegal substances in her vehicle, including Gabapentin, Naloxone, and buprenorphine. Additionally, a notebook discovered in the car contained details such as names, weights, dollar amounts, and various drug types. Smith has been arrested and is facing multiple felony charges for drug dealing.

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