333 Heroin Packets Found in Woman's Bra During Traffic Stop

Kim Decker was charged with possession of narcotics, with an intent to distribute them

  54-year-old Kim Decker was busted for having 333 packs of heroin stuffed in her bra
A 54-year-old woman from New Jersey was pulled over for her erratic driving, only for police to discover that she was hiding drugs in her lingerie.

A 54-year-old woman from New Jersey was pulled over for her erratic driving, only for police to discover that she was hiding drugs in her lingerie.

Kim Decker of Montague had 333 packs of heroin stuffed in her bra, NJ.com reports. In addition to that, she had no driving license, nor did the people she was in the car with.

She was caught driving a Honda Accord on Monday, April 22 on Route 80. Police pulled her over at roughly 1:30 p.m. as she was crossing mile marker 35.7 and asked to see her legal documentation.

As she could provide none, the other two passengers were also asked to leave the vehicle. They have been identified as 51-year-old Ernest Broadwell of Andover and William Malony of Montague, also 51.

Officers noticed that the pair had a wax fold in the car, which is often used by heroin users to hold their stash.

State Police Sgt. Brian Polite describes questioning Decker and her coming clean on having drugs in her possession, tucked in her bra.

She was detained and transported to Netcong barracks along with the two passengers. A strip search followed, resulting in a large quantity of heroin stashed in 333 wax folds being discovered in the woman's bra.

Once her vehicle was searched, other traces of drugs were uncovered, leading to a charge for intent to sell the drugs, as well as one for possession.

Decker was jailed in the Morris County Correctional Facility on $50,000 (€38,400) bond. The passengers in the Accord have also been charged. Broadwell will also be facing counts of possession with intent to distribute drugs.

The NY Daily News writes that the vehicle that was being used to transport the drugs has been impounded.

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