Congratulations! It’s a bag of drugs.
Two people have recently been charged with smuggling more than 1,500 grams of cocaine through South Carolina. The drugs were found when one of the alleged sellers’ fake pregnancy belly broke and the drugs fell out.
The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office said that officials first stopped Anthony Miller and Cemeka Mitchem during a “proactive patrol” on Interstate 85.
Police said that red flags went up when the officers asked the two suspects about the woman’s due date and they gave “conflicting information.”
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Deputies say that as they became more suspicious, Mitchem saw that the officers didn’t believe their story and ran away from the car.
When Mitchem ran away, the drugs she was hiding in her fake rubber stomach fell out, and cops caught her and the drugs.
During the traffic stop, the sheriff’s office thought the couple had more than 1,500 grams of cocaine hidden.\
Miller and Mitchem were both caught and are being charged with dealing in cocaine.
Several drug busts have happened this year on I-85 in Anderson County, which is a favorite route for people who sell drugs.
WYFF4 said that in February, police arrested a man who was reportedly selling more than 400 grams of cocaine. In March, police made another arrest and got a record 108 pounds of cocaine.
During a traffic stop on I-85 last month, Anderson County officers also took more than 48 pounds of drugs from another couple.
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