A Florida woman was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct at a fast food restaurant — but cops say that was just the beginning of her problems.
Deputies from the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of a woman “snarling and yelling” in the restroom of a Burger King in Largo. Upon arrival, they identified 35-year-old Jeymie Janager Wescott as the suspect.
Through further investigation, deputies reported that the woman “showed several indicators of narcotics usage” and began to search her.
When an officer’s hand approached her groin area, however, an affidavit indicates she shouted an expletive and resisted further attempts.
According to WOFL, a deputy reported feeling “something hard” just before her outburst.
Investigators say she was warned of the consequences associated with bringing contraband into a jail. When she arrived and received a cavity search, however, officials say they found seven syringes stashed in her vagina.
Inside the syringes was a “clear substance,” police reports indicate, leading to expected charges of introducing and possessing contraband in a county detention facility, possessing drug paraphernalia, and resisting an officer without violence.
She was reportedly released earlier this week on bail, which was set at $5,000 for the first count and $300 each for the following two.
[Featured image: Jeymie Janager Wescott, Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office]