Authorities said a man from Port Saint Lucie, who told an officer that he “might have several needles between his cheeks,” was charged with drug possession.
Camon Christopher Holobau, 24, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to affidavit from the St. Lucy County Sheriff’s Office obtained from TCPalm.com.
According to his affidavit, Holobau was found at the post office at 50 W. Midway Road around 3 a.m. on April 23 after he illuminated the sergeant with a high beam. I was sweating profusely and unzipped my pants, ”the message says.
The report says that a sergeant searched Kholob’s car and saw several small white pills hitting the ground near the driver’s door, and several more pills on the carpet. He also found an empty orange prescription bottle. Eight tablets were identified as morphine sulfate.
The report stated that during the search, Kholobau “behaved suspiciously” and “walked awkwardly, which, he said, was caused by a past injury.” Holobau told the sergeant that he did not have a prescription for the pills, and he received them from a friend and did not know what they were, the report said.
It was then that Holobau said that he could have more things.
“Camon said he ‘may have needles between his cheeks,'” the report said. The sergeant searched Holobau and found a bag of unused needles, but that’s not all, according to the report.