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Massachusetts law enforcement don't want none unless you got drug-loaded buns hun! Or at least that was the case with Jill Roy, 33, who was allegedly caught smuggling heroin and painkillers underneath a prosthetic butt.
A police report obtained by The Smoking Gun reveals that Roy was arrested after drugs fell out of her pants during a traffic stop. During the booking process, officers observed that Roy's underwear had "a hard exterior," which turned out to be a fake booty that was hiding a cache of drugs underneath.
Sitting on the Evidence
In the Bourne Police Department's five-page report, Patrolman Nicole J. Bevillacqua details how she came across a vehicle with illegal tinting which swerved over the road's double yellow lines. Officers are allowed to make routine traffic stops when they observe traffic violations like these, but what Patrolman Bevillacqua found was anything "butt" ordinary.
The report continues that in addition to a bag full of crushed-up pills falling out of Roy's pocket, the passenger in Roy's car allegedly lied about her name, screamed obscenities at police, and told them she was a paralegal. Officers transported both women to the police station where it was revealed that the passenger had two active warrants for her arrest.
Meantime, Roy was going through the booking process, which typically includes a pat-down and inventory search for weapons and contraband. On observing that her butt looked "hard," police began a more thorough strip search. Officers who are booking a suspect may perform a strip search with even less evidence than this. After Roy moved her fake derriere, officers observed "a large bulge" in her undies that turned out to be heroin and Oxycodone.
Roy's Real Butt Is in Jail
While it may have been all fun, games, and drugs with her old fake butt, now that Roy is just left with her real butt, that backside is in jail. According to The Smoking Gun, Roy is being held on felony and misdemeanor narcotics charges; bail has been set at $5,000.
It's worth noting that Roy would probably need the whole amount for bail, since bail bondsmen are practically nonexistent in Massachusetts. Maybe her family will find the cash in one of her other butts.
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