This Boca Raton Woman Hid Drug Needle In Her Private Part

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Needle Discovered, Between Legs, After Heroin Arrest.

Ariel Dyer, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boca Raton woman allegedly used her private area as a storage compartment for a needle to be used for heroin.

Palm Springs police say Boca Raton resident Ariel Dyer was acting suspiciously when they were called to the area of 3100 Springdale Blvd. in Palm Springs on June 15th. Once on scene in an apartment complex, they found Ariel Dyer allegedly slumped over the wheel of her Mazda. Once awake, police apparently asked her where she was and she provided incorrect answers. She refused a request from police to search her vehicle.

Dyer, according to a police report, continued to act suspiciously, then apparently made a cup with her hands and covered her private part — allegedly inserting something into the area.

Police wrote this in the report: ”I asked Dyer if she had drugs on her person, which she stated she had a capped needle tucked inside her female genitalia, which she requested a female officer to assist with removing. (The female officer) began to move Dyer’s legs further apart and when her legs moved further away from her center body, a small baggy fell from Dyer’s front side and landed in front of her on the ground. The small baggy appeared to contain a white powdery substance, which through my training and experience appeared to be Heroin.”

Dyer was transported to the Palm Beach County where another discovery was made: ”Once in the holding cell, Dyer removed the capped needle from inside her vagina. The needle was collected and entered into evidence.”

Dyer was charged with drug use and possession, and drug equipment possession. She was eventually released to a family member. A court date is pending. She lists NW 6th Drive in Boca Raton as her home address.

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