SEBASTIAN – During a traffic stop on Tuesday at approximately 8:50 p.m., a local man hid a bag of marijuana in his anal cavity while being searched, according to the Sebastian Police Department.
Dondre M. Cypress, 22, was arrested and charged with Felony Tamper With Or Destroy Evidence, Cannabis Possession, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Police spotted Cypress driving a white Nissan Sentra at a high rate of speed near the 1300 block of Schumann Drive.
A traffic stop was conducted and the Sebastian police officer smelled a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. He ordered Cypress out of the vehicle.
When the officer searched Cypress, he located a bag in his groin area. Cypress was ordered to remove the bag, and in doing so, the bag disappeared as he was reaching near his butt area.
One officer told another that Cypress moved the bag of marijuana into his anal cavity.
When police asked Cypress where the bag was, he told them several different stories. One story was that the bag fell and was still in the car.
Cypress then admitted that the cannabis was in his butt.
While being transported to the Indian River County Jail, the officer discovered that Cypress removed the bag from his anal cavity.
“The defendant was again searched and spontaneously uttered that he took the bag out of his butt and its all on the back seat,” the officer said.
Cypress was booked and processed. He has since been released on a $6,000.00 bond.
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