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Man hides methamphetamine in belly button, gets caught

Drug charges can have a serious impact on your life and freedoms. If you’re accused, you could be arrested and may have to spend time in jail. You may face harsh penalties and fines, too. Most of the time, once you’re caught, it’s a smart choice to be cooperative. If you’re asked if you have more, you can stay silent instead of giving an answer one way or another.

Sometimes, fact is stranger than fiction in these cases, but many people will do anything they can to avoid being caught with drugs. Take, for example, this man who hid a bag of methamphetamines in his belly button.

According to the source, the 41-year-old man, who weighed around 380 pounds, was stopped in Clearwater when he was caught with a drug-filled needle. He was then arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine. The police searched him, and they warned him that he could face additional charges if more drugs were found once he was taken to jail. He claimed he didn’t have any, but while being processed at the jail, they found the small baggie of methamphetamine in the man’s belly button cavity.

As a result of finding more drugs, the man was charged with two more felonies.

This case is a little unusual, but it’s a good example of why you should reach out to an attorney as soon as you can after being arrested. You could face serious charges for possessing illegal drugs, so it’s always a good idea to have a defense attorney on your side. With the right support, you may be able to have the charges reduced or to come to an agreement with the prosecution through a plea deal.

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