Woman charged with drug possession claims she stored her friend’s drugs in her private parts


Tiffany Flores 
By: Wayne Morin

A woman who was arrested on a charge of drug possession told police officers that the crack pipe she kept in her private parts belonged to her friend, police in Florida said.

23-year-old Tiffany Flores of Fellsmere, said that she should not be charged with drug possession because she was just storing the crack pipe in her private parts for her friend following a traffic stop.

Flores was charged with introducing contraband into a correctional facility, drug possession and tampering with evidence.

She was booked into jail, and her bail was set at $11,000.

According to the police, officers were following a vehicle in which Flores was a passenger.

After police pulled over the vehicle, officers found a small bag of cocaine lying on the road. Flores confessed that the cocaine belonged to her, and said that she just bought it.

Flores was taken to jail, where said that she could not go through a scanner because she was pregnant. Officers took a pregnancy test, which came back negative.

She was ordered to go through the body scanner, and police notices a strange object inside her private parts. Flores was ordered to hand the item over to the police, and it turned out to be a crack pipe.

Flores claimed that her friend threw the crack pipe on her lap, and she was asked to store the item in her private parts when police started following them.