NOT SO FINE: Boca's Sara Fine Charged With Hiding Heroin In Bra

UPDATE: Sara has informed us, and the clerk’s office confirms, that the “attempting to smuggle contraband into a detention facility” charge has been dropped.

DELRAY BEACH, FL ( — Boca Raton resident Sara Fine, 26, allegedly told Delray Beach Police that the only heroin in her possession was in her car. But police say Fine was hiding heroin in her bra — they found it as she was booked into jail.

The bra stash means Fine is now facing not just drug possession charges, but a charge of attempting to smuggle contraband into a detention facility.

Sara Fine

Sara Fine, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

Fine was with two men in her Jeep Grand Cherokee when Delray Beach Police stopped the vehicle Sunday in the 800 block of NW 3rd Street.

Read the complete rundown of the arrest in the affidavit of probable cause here. 

Fine was booked and released on $6,000 bond.


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