Report: Deputies found drugs in prosthetic leg, bra; needle hidden in woman's butt during traffic stop


Is there no safe stash for drugs these days?

The tan Hyundai was reportedly pulled over for not having working brake lights.

When the deputy then asked the driver, Alexis Ann Clancey, 20, along her three passengers, if there were any weapons, drugs or contraband inside the car or on their person, they all said 'no' and gave consent to search, according to a news release from the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office.

They apparently fibbed.

Backup units that had arrived to search the car then asked one of the passengers, Bradley Jordon Greus, 23, if he had anything hidden in his prosthetic leg. Greus 'fessed up and told them he had a small bag of coke in it and handed it over to a deputy, the report stated.

Deputies also reportedly found a plastic baggie that contained Morphine and Hydromorphone pills hidden inside 22-year-old Teal Lee Thomson's bra.

Clancy, the driver, allegedly admitted to having a Hydromorphine pill in her wallet left on the driver’s seat. While searching Donald Carlo Acquarelli, 25, another passenger, Clancey jumped inside the car, grabbed her wallet, quickly pulled out a pill and swallowed it before deputies could stop her, according to the report.

Deputies also discovered five hypodermic needles containing a clear liquid in the car that tested positive for Opiates, which Clancey said were hers, the report stated.

Clancey then allegedly told deputies she had another hypodermic needle - hidden in her butt, which she removed from her backside.


All four were arrested and hauled off to the slammer.

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