Montgomery County Jail officers found a baggy of “brownish, powdery substance” in a man’s rectum during a search, according to a police report.
Dayton police arrested two men Saturday on warrants following a traffic stop at Woodcliffe and Randall Avenues.
After taking the men to jail, the officers “asked both subjects if they had anything on them at all that officers had missed when they were searched, and both subjects indicated that they did not,” according to the report.
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When officers searched one of the men in the shakedown room, a corrections officer located a baggy inside of the man’s rectal area. “The baggy contained a brownish, powdery substance,” according to the report.
The bag was tagged into the property room as evidence to be tested by the crime lab.
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