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Woman blames 'windy day' for cocaine possession

10 April 2018, 09:05 | Melissa Porter

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Woman blames cocaine in purse on'windy day' police say

Florida police have arrested a woman for drug possession, and she has offered up a unusual denial, as reported by ABC 10. As officers approached the auto, they smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the interior, so they asked the driver and passengers to exit the vehicle for a police search.

When questioned about the drugs, Posey admitted that the marijuana was hers, police said.

When the police officer searched the 26-year-old's auto they found separate bags inside a purse that was on her lap, one that contained the aforementioned weed and another that contained cocaine. Posey, however, told investigators that the drugs were not hers, suggesting that they simply flew in through the car's window and settled in the purse. Even on drugs that excuse must have sounded pretty dumb in her head before she came out with it though. Posey claimed the pot, but blamed the "windy day" for the coke.

Ms Posey admitted the marijuana was hers, but denied knowing anything about the cocaine.


It goes without saying that the police didn't buy it.

She was detained in the county jail on charges of cocaine and cannabis possession.

She has now been charged with one felony and one misdemeanour for those alleged crimes. She was later released on bond.

It wasn't immediately known if she has a lawyer.



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