Woman Sentenced to 25 Years for Smuggling Gun in Her Lady Parts and Meth in Her Butt

July 9 2013
by GSL Staff
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Well, you just can’t make this stuff up. Well…you could, but we didn’t, this actually happened.

An Oklahoma woman has been sentenced to 25 years in prison after it was found she was concealing a 5 shot .22 caliber revolver in her vagina after being arrested.

The woman was arrested after a drug dog alerted on her vehicle during a traffic stop. Inside the car officers found a Raven .25 caliber handgun and numerous bags of meth.

The woman was charged with intent to distribute and taken to jail. On the way to jail, the suspect complained several times that she had to use the restroom.

Once at the jail, a female officer observed something weird after the suspect removed her underpants. According to the police report,

“I observed at that time a wooden and metal item sticking out from her vagina area. Christie attempted to turn her back to me, and I observed something clenched between her buttocks. I turned Christie towards the wall, placed her right arm up on the wall, and reach around her front and pulled the item from her vagina, and found it to be a 5 shot revolver with rounds in the chamber. I called for assistance and Sgt Northcutt opened the curtain, and I handed him the firearm. I then retrieved from between Christie’s buttock, two clear baggies containing a large amount of crystal substance…”

According to The Smoking Gun,

[The suspect admitted] to possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, gun possession, and bringing contraband into jail.

Judge Steven Kessinger sentenced Harris to serve 25 years on each count, with the penalties to run concurrently. He also ordered her to pay $1363 in court costs and fees.

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