Indian River Co., FL — Don’t you hate it when your “pelvic area” smells like marijuana?
Particularly when the person sniffing the wafting weed is an Indian River County sheriff’s deputy.
That appears to be the situation for Ja’Net Oneyana Nelsoit, 18, on May 1 in an incident that got Nelsoit and another woman locked up, arrest affidavits state.
The case began about 1:45 a.m. as a deputy saw a sport utility vehicle pull in a closed Citgo in the 4100 block of U.S. 1.
A man was running from 41st Street into the SUV’s back seat.
The deputy stopped the SUV, and a drug sniffing dog “alerted to the presence of narcotics within the vehicle.”
Nelsoit, the passenger, had “a strong odor of marijuana emitting from her pelvic area.”
The average human pelvis does not emit “a strong odor of marijuana.”
Investigators arrested Nelsoit after finding apparent marijuana residue on the passenger seat and floorboard where she was sitting.
Nelsoit also reported having pot “stuffed inside of her vaginal area,” an area where items typically are not “stuffed.”
At the jail, deputies say she plucked a bag of marijuana from inside her nether regions.
Meanwhile, the vehicle driver, 19-year-old Abigail Rose Crawford, also was arrested.
Investigators reported finding marijuana on the driver’s seat and between the center console and driver’s seat. A small amount of Xanax and Adderall pills were in the glove compartment, as well as a pill that Crawford said was Ecstasy.
The report makes no notation of sniffing pot in Crawford’s “pelvic area.”
Nelsoit, of Fort Pierce, and Crawford, of Vero Beach, were arrested, each on a charge of possession of marijuana under 20 grams. Crawford also was arrested on three counts of possession of controlled substance.