Authorities Make Shocking Discovery In Woman's Canned Peaches, Issue Warning

A woman tried to sneak one past police by hiding her drugs in a cleverly retrofitted can of peaches. Unfortunately for her, it did not fool the drug sniffing dogs.

Lorrie Dianne Klein, 46, was pulled over in Georgia for a traffic stop. As things escalated, a drug dog was called in to search her car and police discovered more than 1,000 doses of methamphetamines hidden in the vehicle. She was also in possession of marijuana and drug-related objects.

Klien had initially been pulled over for a cracked windshield and for not staying in her lane. The drug alert dog reacted positively in the area, so her vehicle was searched. That's when cops found her secret Georgia peach stash in a can. They also found $519 in cash.

The woman admitted to the deputies that she intended to sell the drugs. She's being held without bail. Her outlook doesn’t look very good, but at least she scores points for originality.

Source: Forsyth News
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