Constable: Trinity woman pulls meth out of female body part for officers

Photo source: Trinity Police.
Photo source: Trinity Police.

TRINITY COUNTY, TX (KTRE) - Trinity County authorities arrested two Trinity residents Monday following an undercover meth bust in which the woman suspect had to remove it from a certain part of her female anatomy in order to give it to the officers.

Constable Woody Wallace said the buy was set up through a text message Monday, where one of the suspects explained they wanted to do the deal outside city limits, because the "sun is shinin lil 2 much up there ya no."

Little did they know the location "where the sun don't shine" would come into play in more ways than one.

Wallace said officers with his office and Trinity Police arrested Brittany Williams, 22, and Shaun Calhoun, 28, at the entrance of Hawg Heaven Subdivision on FM 356. Wallace said he told Williams that he knew the deal was for a certain amount of meth, and she needed to give it to him.

That is when she, with her hands cuffed behind her back, pulled a three-inch keybox out of her vagina, which held three grams of meth.

Wallace said when officers arrived on the scene, the duo was using a light bulb as a smoking device and a needle to shoot up meth.

Wallace said the text message is an indicator that law enforcement meth busts are on the rise in the area and dealers are afraid of getting caught.

Both are charged with delivery of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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