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Suspect asked SWAT Agents to Leave Sex Toy in Backpack

When a SWAT Unit detained suspects after executing a search warrant at a residence in Jensen Beach, one of the women who was arrested asked the authorities not to take her sex toy.

Just before 6:00 AM on November 21, Martin County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Unit detectives went to a mobile home in Jensen Beach, Florida, to execute a search warrant. They knocked on the door, and as soon as it was opened, a dog from inside the home ran out and jumped into the law enforcement vehicle.

It was reported that there were five adults inside when the agents entered the house.

During the search of the residence, the agents reported that they found a black backpack. When they opened it and checked inside, they allegedly found a necklace with the first name of one of the girls in the home, a driver’s license with the same name, and what appeared to be a few prescription pills. They also found what they believed was methamphetamine, a pack of cigarettes with additional prescription pills, and a sex toy stashed inside. The agents believed the pills were muscle relaxers, and the woman allegedly admitted she did not have a prescription for them.

According to the arrest report, when the woman saw they were looking through the bag, she said, “Don’t take my vibrator.” The agents took this to mean that she was the owner of the bag since she knew what it contained.

The woman was taken into custody and booked into the Martin County Jail. She is facing preliminary charges for two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance.

The other people in the home were also arrested, and the police reported that the dog was safe.

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