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Woman hides two bags of meth in her mouth

Scott Singletary and Ramona Drury are charged with possession of meth with intent to distribute Scott Singletary and Ramona Drury are charged with possession of meth with intent to distribute
Thomas County Narcotics/Vice Division Thomas County Narcotics/Vice Division
Thomas County Narcotic/Vice Division Commander Kevin Lee Thomas County Narcotic/Vice Division Commander Kevin Lee
THOMAS CO., GA (WALB) - Two people are now charged with possession of methamphetamine after troopers found one of them hiding the drugs in an unusual place. 

Georgia State troopers pulled Scott Singletary and Ramona Drury over because a tail light was out. 

While the trooper was questioning them, he noticed Drury hiding something in her mouth. 

When he asked her to spit it out, she revealed two bags of meth. 

Thomas County Narcotics/Vice Division Commander Kevin Lee said, “Unfortunately, over the years, we've had people who have died and have had to be rushed to the hospital for ingesting drugs to keep us from getting them.”

When narcotics agents arrived, they found another bag of meth under the driver's seat. 

Both are charged with possession with intent to distribute.

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