Greeley Man Arrested after Concealing Drugs in His Behind
A Greeley man is facing charges after allegedly inserting drugs into his behind, according to The Greeley Tribune.
Greeley police were called at 11 a.m. to a home on 24th Street after someone called 911 to report an overdose. When police arrived, they found Andrew Gregg naked on the couch and clearly under the influence of drugs.
Police got an explanation from Gregg's girlfriend, who told them that Gregg had inserted cocaine, meth and speed "into his anus" because he "didn't want or know what to do with it," according to the Greeley Tribune.
Gregg was rushed to the hospital, where surgery was performed to extricate the drugs. After they were removed,and weighed, the substances amounted to 9.8 grams of presumptive methamphetamine.
Gregg was then discharged from the hospital and booked into the Weld County Jail on drug charges.
Source: Greeley Tribune
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