Woman hands 'blunt' to cop during stop
25-year-old facing multiple drug charges
Police say a Baltimore woman who was pulled over Monday handed an officer a partially smoked "blunt" upon getting out of the vehicle.
According to local station WJZ, Cheyenne Alexis Harris, 25, was stopped for failing to yield right-of-way to another vehicle. When an officer noticed the smell of marijuana, he asked Harris to get out of the car. Upon her exit, she handed him the "partially smoked 'blunt' marijuana cigarette."
After searching the vehicle, police recovered 3.7 grams of marijuana, 4.9 grams of crack cocaine, two 5 mg tablets of oxycodone, two capsules of suspected MDMA, 19 gel caps of heroin and $606 in cash.
Harris is facing charges including possession with intent to distribute cocaine and heroin, possession of MDMA and oxycodone and possession of drug paraphernalia.