Alyssa Ainsworth, and her boyfriend, Ronald Stidd, were pulled over by police on West Second Street and Naranja Road in Valusia County on Friday for driving with an expired tag.
But upon further inspection, an expired tag was the least Ainsworth had going against her. She was also driving with a suspended license. Oh, and she had some meth hidden inside her cooch.
According to a Volusia County Sheriff's Office news release, the officer initiated a search after he discovered that Ainsworth's license was suspended.
Deputies reportedly found meth inside Stidd's jacket, inside their car's glove compartment, and in the trunk.
Apparently Ainsworth and Stidd ran out of places to hide all the meth because the officers also found some hidden in Ainsworth's twat.
A female deputy who had been called to the scene noticed a container hanging out of Ainsworth's vag. Upon inspection, the officer noticed that it contained a plastic bag with meth.
The couple apparently had themselves a mini mobile meth lab with all the fixings, including a plastic bottle, kerosene in a can, gasoline, and an over-the-counter medicine commonly used in the making of
methamphetamine (watching all that Breaking Bad has done us well to know such things!).
On top of everything else, when the couple were moved to another patrol car, a container filled with four types of prescription pills fell out. Shockingly, the pills belonged to Ainsworth, who did not have a prescription for them. No word on if the prescription pill bottle fell out of her vagina.
Ainsworth, 22, admitted that the meth lab was indeed hers. She was charged with the manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, tampering with physical evidence (hey-ohhhhh!!), and two additional drug charges for possession of the prescription pills and was booked on $56,500 bond.
Stidd, 20, was charged with possession of methamphetamine and booked into jail on $2,000 bond.
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