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In a case of just pure “REE-DONK-U-LESSNESS”, a Pennsylvania woman was recently arrested on several counts of drug possession and other criminal acts. Apparently, the woman, Karin Mackaliunas, was arrested on suspicion of burglary after crashing her car during the failed getaway. Handcuffed and thrown into the squad car, police noticed her relentless squirming and questioned her as they drove her to the station. The woman then admitted that the 3 bags of heroine they’d claimed from her jacket pocket was not all she was holding.

A subsequent cavity search revealed: 54 additional bags of heroin, 31 empty bags used to package heroin, eight prescription pills and $51.22 in cash and change.


In a similar story (yes, sadly Mackaliunas does not hold the copyright on the Coochie Purse), a Ft. Lauderdale, Fla woman, Rhonda Sue Tomlin broke down on the side of the road. A state trooper stopped to assist and was given a fake name by Tomlin. However, her real identity was discovered as were the several warrants and charges against her. She was arrested and taken to jail. Typically a cavity search is given, but Tomlin was able to slide by sans probing.

The enterprising 43 year old however, used her time in jail to “go into business”. Fully stocked with Xanax and Oxycodone in her womanly storage compartment. And she proceeded to swap her goods to fellow inmates for clothes and items from the commissary. Unfortunately for Tomlin, her clients weren’t as stealthy as she was. After some suspicious behavior by inmates, including one becoming extremely ill and having to be rushed to a local hospital, Tomlin’s stash was discovered when another inmate snitched. She’s was charged with two felony counts of opiate drug possession and a felony count of smuggling contraband into a jail.



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