A pregnant woman who ran away when asked about the date of birth… On the ship, cocaine ‘patter’

A group of people disguised as pregnant women in the United States have been caught by the police while transporting drugs hidden in a boat. 

It is known that the crime was discovered when they failed to properly answer the police’s question about the expected date of delivery.먹튀검증 According to foreign media such as CBS

and New York Post on the 14th local time, the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office in South Carolina, USA arrested Anthony Miller and Semeca Michem for drug trafficking. 

They were recently caught by police surveillance while passing Interstate 85 connecting Montgomery, Alabama, in the southeastern United States to Petersburg, eastern Virginia. 

At the time, the police who were patrolling on this highway got into the vehicle and saw Michem’s stomach protruding, assumed that she was pregnant, and asked the two of them the ‘expected date of birth’ without much doubt. 

However, Miller and Mikem gave different answers, followed by different answers to police questions about where they were going. 

When the police, suspicious of this, tried to increase the intensity of the investigation, those who noticed the suspicion of the police got out of the car and started to run away. 

In the process of fleeing at this time, it is said that drugs fell from Michem’s stomach. 

In the end, they were arrested by the police on charges of cocaine trafficking. 

According to the sheriff’s office, Michem wore a rubber “fake belly” to pose as a pregnant woman and was hiding more than 1,500 grams of cocaine in it.  

This is the amount that 50,000 people can inject at the same time, based on 0.03 g of cocaine, which is the usual dose of cocaine.

However, detailed information such as the source of the cocaine they were carrying was not known. 

The two are currently held without bail in Anderson County. 

If convicted, under South Carolina law, you could face up to 30 years in prison and a $200,000 fine. 

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