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Police arrest woman toting bottle of urine for drug crimes

Police have arrested a South Carolina woman after they allegedly caught her with a bottle of urine containing trace amounts of methamphetamine. Police claim that they found the 33-year-old woman with a male acquaintance loitering outside a vacant home.

Allegedly, the woman consented to allow police to look inside her purse, when officers say that they found drug paraphernalia. Police also say that they found a pill bottle containing urine inside the woman's purse. Authorities say that the woman told them the pill bottle belonged to her daughter; however, the urine was hers.

According to the arresting officer, methamphetamine users will commonly save their urine in order to later extract trace amounts of methamphetamine. They might also give the urine to an individual who knows how to carry out this extraction process in exchange for more methamphetamine. The arresting officer claims to have field-tested the urine, and it allegedly tested positive for meth. The woman was subsequently taken into custody on drug possession charges and held on bail of $5,000.

The circumstances surrounding this woman's arrest and drug crime charges are indeed out of the ordinary. However, it is not uncommon for police in South Carolina to use creative tactics to try and accuse someone of a crime. Still, it must be remembered that no matter what criminal charges are brought against an individual, that person will have the right to legal representation to defend him or herself against the charges in court. If the accused person can succeed in casting sufficient doubt upon the prosecution's version of the facts, then he or she will not be found guilty and will not be punished for the alleged crime.

Source: thesmokinggun.com, "Cops Arrest South Carolina Woman For Possessing Urine That Tested Positive For Methamphetamine" Jul. 28, 2014

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