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Pennsylvania female inmate hid cocaine, LSD, and meth in her weave

February 10, 2018  |  Posted by: Michael Falzarano
Pennsylvania female inmate hid cocaine, LSD, and meth in her weave

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A Pennsylvania woman who was arrested for theft, concealed cocaine, methamphetamine, LSD, and a glass pipe in her hair weave as she was booked into a local jail.

Court records indicate police booked 29-year-old Carema Lashandra Brown into the custody of the Jefferson County jail on two felony counts of theft back on January 5th.

According to the Smoking Gun, Brown was unable to post $60,000 bail and remained in custody at the Brookville facility, located 80 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.

However, officials began noticing an increase in drug activity within a week of Brown’s arrival and immediately launched a drug investigation.

While monitoring jailhouse phone calls, investigators overheard two female inmates admitting they had been using LSD.

When questioned, the inmates confessed that Brown had sold them the LSD and even provided investigators with a note allegedly written by the suspected drug dealer.

“You bitches sound bored! Get on my level! LOL, Please conduct yourselves in a discreet way. Just say I love you when you figure out what I’m talking about,” the note read.

According to a probable cause affidavit, investigators executed a warrant to search the inmate.

Brown was visibly nervous and “trembling” as officers combed through the woman’s hair but failed to recover any drugs.

However, during a secondary search the following day, investigators removed Brown’s weave and uncovered eight ounces of cocaine, eight ounces of meth, 78 doses of acid, and a glass pipe with burn marks hidden under her false hair.

As a result, Brown now faces 18 drug-related counts including nine felonies and nine misdemeanors.

Brown remains in custody on a $100,000 bond.

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