Baby diaper doesn’t shield illegal drugs from alert Sheriff’s Deputies

Why this illegal-alien drug-runner thought hiding pounds of pills in a baby diaper was a good idea is beyond us!  But take a look at the stash sharp-eyed Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office deputies found right here in outer East Portland …

MCSO Special Investigations Unit deputies say the baby diaper didn’t keep them from finding the two pounds of ecstasy pills. MCSO photo

Story by David F. Ashton
About 2:00 p.m., a blue Chevy Tahoe with California plates was headed northbound on I-205 on October 8. What happened soon thereafter will bring tears of sadness to rave-goers throughout the region.

Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office (MSCO) spokesman Dep. Paul McRedmond said the driver wasn’t on a sight-seeing trip as he passed through town – he was on a delivery mission. “MCSO Special Investigations Unit, following a drug trafficking investigation, made a traffic stop,” stated McRedmond.

The Tahoe’s driver gave deputies permission to search his truck. “They found a specially-altered center console compartment,” related McRedmond. “Inside was about 4,000 pills of the illegal drug called ‘ecstasy’ wrapped in a diaper.”

Officials say that not only was 21-year-old Alonso Ramirez-Sanchez, in the country illegally, he was carried more than two pounds of ecstasy. MCSO photo

Ramirez-Sanchez was booked into the county jail on three felony drug charges related to his alleged possession and distribution of ecstasy (MDMA). He is also on an “immigration hold” for INS action

© 2008 David F. Ashton ~ East Portland News

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