A Florida man in prison said he was not the owner of the syringes found in his rectum
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA – Syringes were noticed in the rectum of a man in Pinellas County Prison. The man said the syringes were not his own. The man’s trial was greeted with surprise by the authorities.
The Pinella County Sheriff’s Office said a man named Wesley Dasher Scott was arrested for drugs in September. When Scott came to prison, he was searched naked. Scott removed three syringes from his rectum and stated that these syringes were not his own.
Authorities informed him that additional penalties would be imposed if they found drugs or contraband on him before putting him in jail. Scott accepted all the terms. Scott has previously had a criminal record for drugs and assault.
He was accused of imprisoning contraband items on Scott’s past, as well as his arrest warrant. Scott’s bail is $5,000.
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