Oklahoma woman hides meth in vagina and smuggles it into jail

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CHICKASHA, Okla. - Authorities in Grady County say a woman smuggled meth inside the county jail after hiding the drug inside her vagina.

Carmen Sue Swafford was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

She was arrested after a traffic stop for an expired paper tag.

According to the police report, Swafford told the officer she had been to prison for meth charges.

Swafford gave the officer permission to search the vehicle she was driving.

A K-9 unit alerted authorities to pills, marijuana and a meth pipe inside the car.

After Swafford was booked into the Grady County Jail, authorities say Swafford acted like she was in pain.

Jail authorities then noticed her on camera remove a baggie and lay it on the ground as she used the restroom.

Swafford admitted meth was inside the baggie and said she flushed it down the toilet.

Swafford is now facing additional charges of destruction of evidence and bringing contraband into a jail.

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