A Pennsylvania man was caught hiding 110 bags of heroin in his buttocks.
Corey Davis, a Carbondale, Pennsylvania, resident, was arrested in Scranton after police conducted an undercover drug purchase. After arresting Davis, officers discovered the additional drugs in the 32-year-old’s rectum while searching him.
Davis was jailed and denied bond. He is set to face a preliminary hearing on Oct. 6.
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In a similar incident, two dealers in Madison County, Kentucky were arrested after a “butt dial” led officers to a narcotics transaction. According to reports, one of the men accidentally called 911 and was overheard talking about a drug deal.
The dispatcher who heard the call traced the phone to a Circle K convenience store, where officers subsequently arrested Greg Collins and charged him with possession of meth and possession of heroin, LEX18 reported. The other suspect, Justin Cruse, was arrested on weapons charges.
A traffic stop in Tilton, New Hampshire resulted in the arrest of two individuals and the seizure of fentanyl, heroin and meth that was worth a combined $80,000.
"We often say some of the biggest cases that we see in our career come from traffic stops,” Chief Robert Cormier told WMUR.
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The car was pulled over after the arresting officer noticed a taped-on inspection sticker.
“When (the officer) stopped the vehicle, he noticed that there was some drug paraphernalia and a small amount of drugs in a baggie in the car,” Cormier said.
Bryan Franklin was arrested along with his girlfriend, 21-year-old Cre Clay, for the drugs.
“It's a significant amount of heroin -- over 750 grams of heroin -- about 20 grams of methamphetamine, a stolen weapon from Boston,” Cormier said.
Charges have not yet been formally filed, as officers are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.
“We want to make sure we do a thorough investigation and make sure we have the right suspects, so this has all the makings for us of a federal case,” Cormier said.