MEMPHIS (WCMH)–Deputies in Shelby County, Tennessee found more than they expected when they pulled two people over.
WMC reports deputies found a glass crack pipe, syringes, a metal spoon with drug residue, a burnt blunt filled with marijuana, and $600 in cash in the SUV.
Deputies said the passenger, Sandra Bigham, had two uncapped syringes, four Xanax pills, a broken glass pipe, copper wool, and empty aluminum foil wrappers in her jacket and her purse.
Deputies noticed her pants were unbuttoned when they moved her to the patrol car. They discovered aluminum foil wrappers containing heroin that had fallen into the patrol car. When the deputies moved her back out of the car, more wrappers full of heroin fell out.
Then, Bigham told them she had even more drugs inside her.
She allegedly went to the bathroom and removed a contact lens case from her vagina that had several crack cocaine rocks inside.
WMC reports she was was taken to jail and booked on a $35,000 bond. She is due in court January 29.
The driver of the car was issued a citation for improper display of vehicle registration and then released.