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  1. Basoodler
    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.

    http://blogs.browardpalmbeach.com/pulp/2012/12/cops_arrest_woman_with_meth_hi.php

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  1. Basoodler
    December 17, 2012
    Gary Davidson
    Public Information Officer



    DEBARY TRAFFIC STOP YIELDS MOBILE METH LAB, TWO ARRESTS


    It started Friday afternoon in DeBary as a routine traffic stop for a Volusia County Sheriff’s deputy, who ended up making two arrests and seizing all of the components of a mobile meth lab.


    The deputy stopped the vehicle along West 2nd Street and Naranja Road at about 1:37 p.m. after discovering that the vehicle’s tag was expired. But the deputy found a whole lot more -- drugs everywhere, including inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle, in the trunk, on the suspects, the drugs they left behind in a patrol car and even drugs shoved inside a woman’s privates. The deputy initiated the search after pulling over the vehicle and discovering that the woman behind the wheel, 22-year-old Alyssa Ainsworth of DeBary, was driving with a suspended license. During a search of her purse, the deputy discovered a plastic bag containing a white, powdery substance that turned out to be methamphetamine. The deputy also found methamphetamine in the jacket of one of the passengers, 20-year-old Ronald Stidd of Orange City. A female deputy who had been called to the scene along with the West Volusia Narcotics Task Force to assist with the search noticed a container hanging out of Ainsworth’s private area. That also turned out to contain methamphetamine. The search then moved on to the trunk of the car, where all the makings of a mobile math lab were found -- such as a plastic bottle, kerosene in a can, gasoline and an over-the-counter medicine commonly used in the making of methamphetamine. Additionally, a deputy who had temporarily detained the defendants in his patrol car discovered that after they were moved to another vehicle, a container with four prescription pills was left behind in his car. They also were linked to the Ainsworth, who didn’t have a prescription for them.



    After admitting that the meth-making equipment belonged to her, Ainsworth (DOB: 10/26/90) was charged with manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, tampering with physical evidence and two additional drug charges for possession of the prescription pills. She was booked into jail on $56,500 bond. Stidd (DOB: 1/4/92) was charged with possession of methamphetamine and booked into jail on $2,000 bond.


    http://www.volusiasheriff.org/press/120200.htm
  2. trdofbeingtrd
    Now that is one hyper vagina, like ready to go.

    A portable meth lab was found in her vagina? Oh wait, I read that wrong, it was only a part of the meth lab found.

    Common people, sticking product up your he haw is not going to guarantee they won't find it.
  3. carter 1203
    Well damn, the meth was all over the car. It's nothing new for a woman to stick drugs up her lady parts. Why does this seem to happen over and over in Florida though?
  4. Basoodler
    Its funny that she had all the meth laying around the car.. but still for whatever reason had some hidden in her vagina. You would think if you were to go through the trouble of stashing it in such a private area, that you would have made sure to stash the rest. Hiding dope in your vagina should be a last resort..

    Maybe she did not have any pockets and used that to keep her personal items :D
  5. Frmrjunkie
    ^^^AHAHAHAHAHAHA LMAO that's damned funny Bas! ^^^

    yes, yes whenever i forget my purse, i just keep my belongings (cell phone, lip gloss, ibuprofen, iPod, etc) in my vagina

    *singing NOFX* there's nothing finer than having a vagina.....
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