Man found with drugs between his toes claims it is not hisBy Mason White 3:24 AM June 20, 2013
By: Debbie Gross
A man claimed that the drugs police found between his toes does not belong to him, according to Florida police reports.
The man stood by his claims and said the bag of cocaine between the toes, did not belong to him, but his explanation obviously was not enough to convince police.
Martin Perez, 33, made the remarks late at night after being taken to jail in St. Lucie County in Fort Pierce on a charge of aggravated assault.
When Perez arrived, the officers asked him if he had any drugs or weapons. He said he did not. Deputies, however, discovered a bag of white powder between his toes. Perez said it was cocaine, but said it was not his.
Perez said the powder bag belonged to someone else, but that person was not named in the police reports.
In addition to the charge of aggravated battery, Perez, of the 1900 block of Delaware Avenue in Fort Pierce, was arrested on charges of possession of cocaine and smuggling contraband into a detention center.