Florida police arrested and charged a 28-year-old man with possession of cocaine after they found crack in, well, his crack, according to Martin County Sheriff's Office records obtained by the TCPalm.
Ramon Blair was taken into police custody on Feb. 13 after an informant told officers that a man with $100 worth of crack cocaine "on his person" would be with a woman in a white four-door Pontiac with no hubcaps. Police stopped the vehicle just before 11 p.m. and found Blair, who had cocaine residue in his right nostril, according to WPBF 25 News.
A second informant told police that Blair had approximately $300 worth of crack cocaine on him, but a search on the scene turned up no results.
While in custody, officers did a more thorough search of Blair. When they asked him to undress, squat, and cough. Police then noticed what seemed to be a "wad of white paper" in Blair's buttocks.
Blair told police that the paper -- which is referred to as "paper towel" in police records -- contained crack cocaine.
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