An Orlando man arrested on cocaine charges on Thursday night was later found to have hidden crack cocaine in a “body cavity”, police said. He ended up with additional charges.
Orlando police said, an undercover drug investigation was being conducted in the area of north Westmoreland Drive and West Colonial Drive, when a 27-year-old man, later identified as Byron L. Smith was arrested for possession of cannabis.
Smith was found in possession of 4.2 grams of cannabis, documents released by OPD show. He was charged with the deliverance of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a convenience store.
Smith was taken to the Orange County Jail to be booked and during a strip search, a corrections officer discovered a chap stick tube with approximately 0.1 grams of crack cocaine in a body cavity, police said.
Smith was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell and deliver, 2 counts of introducting of contraband into a county facility and possession of drug paraphernalia.