The Evansville Police Department, in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, announced the arrest of an ex-convict who was found with drugs and a gun hidden between his buttocks.
According to a report from the authorities, it all started with a traffic stop for an inconspicuous license plate. One of the car crew was Christopher Boyd Jr.32 years old, who the officers conducted a search and found several blue pills in one of his socks.
According to an affidavit, Boyd stated that the pills were his aunt’s and he believed they were Percocet. Additionally, he stated that he could not open his legs very much due to a spinal injury, while officers searched his groin area.
The officers noted that Boyd was tense, limping, and seemed to tighten his body as he walked.. Once he was placed in the back seat of the patrol car he continued to fidget and unbuckle his seat belt.
In this situation, he was subjected to a body scanner at the Vanderburgh County Jail, and a large object was detected in his groin area, Fox News reported.
He had an extensive criminal record
After a more exhaustive search, the agents found two bags with marijuana and, after struggling, they managed to put the detainee on the floor, finding a gun hidden between his buttocks.
Once checked for criminal history, officers found an extensive history in Chicago, Illinois, with prior convictions for attempted murder in 2011 and robbery and domestic assault in 2018.
The record also said that Boyd was a convicted serious violent felon and domestic abuserand had a protective order against him that prohibits him from carrying firearms.
Boyd was booked into the Vanderburgh County Jail on multiple charges of drug possession, weapons possession, intimidation and resisting.
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