As if you need another reason not to hide a glass meth pipe in a body cavity, a North Dakota woman was discovered bleeding from her vagina Monday after she rear-ended a car on a Fargo roadway, police report.
When police responded to the crash scene, they arrested Jeana Marie Smart, 26, after a warrant check revealed that she had failed to appear in court on a pending narcotics and drug paraphernalia case.
After transporting Smart to the Cass County jail, Officer Michael Benton spotted blood on the back seat of his patrol car. “When I asked Smart about this, she said she was on her period,” Benton noted in a Fargo Police Department report.
But as Smart was walked to the booking area, blood continued to drip from her “crotch area onto her legs and the floor.” She subsequently “admitted she had ‘a pipe’ in a body cavity,” Benton reported.
Jail personnel then “recovered a broken, clear glass meth/crack pipe and a capped syringe from Smart’s vagina.” The pipe was booked into evidence, while the needle was discarded.
Since Smart continued to bleed, she was brought to a local hospital, where “medical staff removed some additional broken glass from Smart’s vagina.” After being medically cleared, she was returned to jail, where she was booked into custody for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance.
Smart, whose bail was set at $2000, was subsequently released from custody. She is scheduled for a January 3 preliminary hearing in District Court.
The Smoking Gun
December 3, 2013
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