MANCHESTER, N.H. (WHDH) - A New Hampshire woman stuffed crack cocaine in her brassiere during a motor vehicle stop that led to the arrest of her and a man, Manchester police said.
Officers Matthew McDonald and Michael DeJoy stopped a car near Spruce and Pine streets Monday at 5:45 p.m. after witnessing a motor vehicle infraction, police said in a press release issued Tuesday morning.
The officers allegedly saw the passenger, 35-year-old Jessie Rodriguez Agramonte, of Manchester, stuff an unknown item into her shirt while approaching the car.
Agramonte exited the vehicle and spoke with the officers who seized a small quantity of crack cocaine after she retrieved it from her brassiere, police said.
She was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled drug and falsifying physical evidence.
The driver, 43-year-old Matthew Gerlach of Manchester, was also taken into custody after officers confirmed an active probation/parole and habitual offender warrant, according to police.
Agramonte and Gerlach appeared in Hillsborough County Superior Court – North Monday.
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