Man Had 100 Bags Of Dope In Butt
An alleged Bloods gang member from New Jersey is facing a huge narc charge after he was busted with 100 count them ONE HUNDRED bags of heroin concealed in his ass!
The man was pulled over during a “routine” traffic stop and police smelled that loud which prompted them to ask and receive permission to search the vehicle!
When the cops came up empty-handed they hauled him and his riding companion in to jail for outstanding traffic warrants and once in custody back at the station, during that cavity search, 100 bags of heroin were discovered up his butt aka anus!
Police estimated the heroin’s vale at $1000 in New York City, and $2000 in upstate New York, which is where the suspects were allegedly headed.
The alleged gang member is in jail with bail set at $38,500 as well as facing felony drug charges!
100 bags of dope =$1,000 or $2,000 in street value + the risk + tolls and gas + Preparation H = $38,500 bail?
This math doesn’t seem to add up this is called hustling backwards….book em Dano!
Meet Rasoul Speight.
The Bloods gang member is facing a narcotics charge after New Jersey cops yesterday discovered a whopping 100 bags of heroin hidden in his anus, police report.
Speight, 32, was driving on the Palisades Interstate Parkway when his 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer was pulled over during a routine traffic stop.
When cops detected the smell of marijuana they asked for–and received–permission to search the car.
While investigators found “nothing of evidentiary value” inside the vehicle, Speight and passenger Gary Sylak, 25, were both arrested due to outstanding traffic warrants,according to cops.
While Speight, seen above, was being processed at police headquarters, he “was found to be in possession of 100 bags of heroin which were concealed in his anus and undetectable at the scene.”
Police estimated the heroin’s vale at $1000 in New York City, and $2000 in upstate New York, “where both subjects were traveling to.”
Speight, who cops noted is “also listed as a Bloods gang member,” was jailed in lieu of $38,500 bail on a pair of felony drug counts.
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