A text-message sent to an undercover led to the arrest of two meth suspects at the gates of the Trinity, Texas, suburb called Hawg Heaven on Monday.
|Brittany Williams: Tried to hide meth in magnetic key-hider inside her vadge.|
Trinity County Constable Woody Wallace told KTRE that when he and Trinity police arrived on the scene, Brittany Williams, 22, and Shaun Calhoun, 28, were smoking meth out of a repurposed lightbulb and/or shooting the drug with syringes.
After they were cuffed, Wallace told Williams that the undercover's text message had set up a deal for three grams of meth, and that she needed to produce same, pronto. Williams responded by reaching into her vagina, while cuffed, mind you, and pulling out a magnetic key-hider out of her pookie. Inside were three grams of crystal meth. Calhoun and Williams are both facing charges of
|Lightbulb meth pipe: Redneck ingenuity at its best.|
delivery of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Williams's intimate meth concealment technique is becoming something like the Trinity County answer to Russian nesting dolls. Cops there faced a similar scenario on February 16 when they raided a home on Hideaway Road in the Pinecrest suburb.
In that bust, 34-year-old Debra Gatlin surrendered a two-inch metal canister she confessed was her personal babymaker meth-carrier. Also arrested in that raid were 43-year-old Brian Moon, a guy we like to call "Meth Jesus" (thanks, Daragh Carter). On Facebook Gatlin calls him her "Moon Pie."
Also busted was befuddled-looking 42-year-old Jeffery Evans, another strong candidate for the Mugshot Hall of Fame. A little over a gram of meth was seized.
Each member of this trailer park trio has been charged with delivery of a controlled substance (methamphetamines) and engaging in organized criminal activity.
|Gatlin's vaginal meth canister|