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Cops: Woman Hid Drugs Beneath Butt Prosthesis

Suspect, 33, found with heroin and Oxycodone stash

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OCTOBER 3--A Massachusetts woman is facing narcotics charges after police discovered heroin and painkillers hidden underneath a prosthetic derrière enhancement that the suspect told cops she wore because, “I don’t have a butt.”

Following a traffic stop last month in Buzzards Bay, police arrested Jill Roy, 33, when a bag containing various pills fell from her pants leg as she was standing near a patrol car, according to a police report.

Upon being transported to the Bourne Police Department for booking, Roy admitted ownership of a one-ounce bag of marijuana found inside the 2005 Volkswagen Jetta she was driving. Roy’s passenger, Jennifer Johnson, 32, was arrested on several outstanding warrants.

The police report--which alternately describes Roy as unemployed and working at Dunkin’ Donuts--notes that she has a “very lengthy criminal record” including collars for “possession and distribution of illegal narcotics.” Roy, cops added, is currently on probation for drug possession.

During a search of Roy during the September 16 booking process, Officer Nicole Bevilacqua “observed her underwear have a hard exterior.” Asked what kind of underwear she had on, Roy replied, “I don’t have a butt so I wear these and another pair of underwear under it.”

After Bevilacqua directed her to “take off the hard exterior underwear,” Roy “became visibly upset,” the report states. After asking several times why she had to remove the buttocks prosthesis, Roy relented and removed the item. Bevilacqua then spotted a “large bulge” in her other pair of underwear.

Bevilacqua “advised Roy to pull her underwear away from her body so the items could be removed,” police reported.  Investigators then removed two plastic baggies containing a total of 13 Oxycodone pills and a bag containing $350 of heroin.

Sgt. Brandon Esip, a police spokesperson, told TSG that the prosthetic device was not included among the evidence seized by officers. The item, Esip said, appears to be “sold as a pair of underwear with a hard back on it.” He added that it was apparently designed to “enhance the rear end.”

Police described the 5’ 7”, 115-pound Roy as “skinny.” She is the mother of three young children, whose names she has tattooed on her body.

Charged with a variety of felony and misdemeanor narcotics charges, Roy is being held at the Barnstable County jail in lieu of $5000 bail. (5 pages)