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  • Strangest thing

    Non-LEOs can play along.

    What is the strangest, scariest, weirdest thing you have ever found in a purse or diaper bag? (Yours, someone else's, during a search, etc.)
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  • #2
    Here's one for the record books. It wasn't in a purseÂ*or diaper bag but...

    I was not in the room myself because I am a male officer. However, I was in the jail at the time and was told about this when I heard the female guards laughing. It seems one of our fine citizens was brought to jail and, during a strip search, was told to "squat and cough"...(you may be familiar with that drill.) When she did, out popped a crack pipe and a bic lighter. No, it had not been concealed in her rectum.

    One other story along the same line was related to me by a female Sgt. who had worked for years in a large metro area facility. Same S&Q drill. The difference was what popped out (same cavity). A small 25 cal pistol! As far as I know the story is true.

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    • #3
      A purse full of vomit.

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      • #4
        Guy shoved $23 up his *** just before getting hauled to jail. I guess he didn't trust the jail to keep his fortune for him. Corrections officer put it in a plastic bag with the rest of his stuff for him for when he gets out, still covered in ****. lol
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        • #5
          We frequently have women suitcasing drugs and paraphernalia. I ain't going up there to get it...I will inform the matron that you have a foreign object and wait for her to recover it. LOL

          As for the purses. I found the cremated remains of a dog in one. It had spilled in the bottom of the purse. Unfortunately, I didn't know it was there, it was dark outside and so I dumped the contents of the purse on the hood of a patrol car. Fido went the way of the wind. She called and complained on me.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Smurfette_76 View Post
            As for the purses. I found the cremated remains of a dog in one. It had spilled in the bottom of the purse. Unfortunately, I didn't know it was there, it was dark outside and so I dumped the contents of the purse on the hood of a patrol car. Fido went the way of the wind. She called and complained on me.

            Makes me wanna quote lines like:


            "Frankly Sgt. I don't give a ..."

            "You need to be cuffed, and cuffed hard. And by someone who knows how!"
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            • #7
              Like I'm suppose to know Fido was in the purse? I had that dog's ashes everywhere. What a PITA.
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              • #8
                OMGoodness! Dog's ashes? That sounds like something my MIL would do.

                I saw a COPS (I think it was) episode once where a woman kept urine samples in her purse.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Smurfette_76 View Post
                  As for the purses. I found the cremated remains of a dog in one. It had spilled in the bottom of the purse. Unfortunately, I didn't know it was there, it was dark outside and so I dumped the contents of the purse on the hood of a patrol car. Fido went the way of the wind.
                  That's funny. Gives a whole new meaning to "puttin' on the dog".

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                  • #10
                    I don't care what the lady said. That was pretty "dog-gone funny" in my opinion!

                    Sorry...couldn't help myself.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Smurfette_76 View Post
                      We frequently have women suitcasing drugs and paraphernalia. I ain't going up there to get it...I will inform the matron that you have a foreign object and wait for her to recover it. LOL

                      As for the purses. I found the cremated remains of a dog in one. It had spilled in the bottom of the purse. Unfortunately, I didn't know it was there, it was dark outside and so I dumped the contents of the purse on the hood of a patrol car. Fido went the way of the wind. She called and complained on me.
                      Did you get any, or a lot of the ashes on you?...
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