Despite those awesome perks – and trust me when I say they are awesome – there are a few drawbacks.
For example, when you arrest someone for
no reason at all burglary, you have to search them.
Jessica Webster, 29, was arrested last night for her alleged role–along with her husband–in the burglary of a Louisville home. When collared, Webster was found in possession of jewelry taken from the residence. A post-arrest search also turned up a syringe containing heroin in her hooded sweatshirt.
During a “pat search,” a jailer detected an object “in subj vaginal area,” according to a Louisville Metro Department of Corrections report. Webster was then subjected to a strip search, which yielded two hypodermic needles.
“Subj removed the needles from her vagina and I confiscated them,” reported an investigator, who added that Webster “admitted she hid the needles cause she is a heroin addict.” While the needles appeared empty, they “may have drug residue,” the jailer noted.
A subsequent search also revealed a cellphone, a ’69 Buick Skylark, and a Japanese soldier who didn’t know WWII was over yet.