A woman from Cedartown, Georgia, was arrested July 28 after police found that she had been stuffing her bra, with a pound of methamphetamine.
Oralia Ramirez, 37, has been charged with trafficking in a controlled substance. She was taken to the DeKalb County jail on Wednesday where she is awaiting her bail to be set by a judge.
DeKalb County Sheriff, Jimmy Harris, told the press that agents with the DeKalb County Drug Task Force and Marshall County Drug Enforcement Unit pulled over a 1991 Plymouth Acclaim that Ramirez was driving at the intersection of Highway 68 and Highway 168 around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, for a traffic violation.
Harris said Ramirez submitted to a search of herself and her car. He said Crossville Police Officer Ada Hamilton patted her down and felt something was not right. That's when they found a pound of Meth in ice form in her bra.
The drugs are estimated to have a street value of about $13,000.