The Old Meth-in-the-Vadge Trick: Two Trinity County Women Try to Pull It in Two Weeks

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A text-message sent to an undercover led to the arrest of two meth suspects at the gates of the Trinity, Texas, suburb called Hawg Heaven on Monday.

Trinity County Constable Woody Wallace told KTRE that when he and Trinity police arrived on the scene, Brittany Williams, 22, and Shaun Calhoun, 28, were smoking meth out of a repurposed lightbulb and/or shooting the drug with syringes.

After they were cuffed, Wallace told Williams that the undercover's text message had set up a deal for three grams of meth, and that she needed to produce same, pronto. Williams responded by reaching into her vagina, while cuffed, mind you, and pulling out a magnetic key-hider out of her pookie. Inside were three grams of crystal meth. Calhoun and Williams are both facing charges of delivery of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Williams's intimate meth concealment technique is becoming something like the Trinity County answer to Russian nesting dolls. Cops there faced a similar scenario on February 16 when they raided a home on Hideaway Road in the Pinecrest suburb.

In that bust, 34-year-old Debra Gatlin surrendered a two-inch metal canister she confessed was her personal babymaker meth-carrier. Also arrested in that raid were 43-year-old Brian Moon, a guy we like to call "Meth Jesus" (thanks, Daragh Carter). On Facebook Gatlin calls him her "Moon Pie."

Also busted was befuddled-looking 42-year-old Jeffery Evans, another strong candidate for the Mugshot Hall of Fame. A little over a gram of meth was seized.

Each member of this trailer park trio has been charged with delivery of a controlled substance (methamphetamines) and engaging in organized criminal activity.

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