PORT ST. LUCIE — Can you buy methamphetamine at a yard sale?

That’s where a 35-year-old Vero Beach woman told Indian River County sheriff’s investigators she got hers, according to an affidavit that also touches on pregnancy and pooping.46yhse4ausrtrst

A deputy stopped a woman driving a pickup truck April 28 after noticing she wasn’t wearing a seatbelt.

She pulled into a home on Second Street Southwest in Vero Beach. The deputy asked for her license. She said it was inside the home, which she said belonged to her grandmother.

“She identified herself as Holly Smith, but the deputy recognized her as Christina Sarao because the deputy has “had prior interactions with her.”

Sarao hopped out of the truck and started running, and the deputy caught her.

“I have to poop and I’m pregnant!” Sarao is quoted as yelling.

Investigators determined Sarao had three warrants, along with methamphetamine and a pipe in her bra.

“I asked her where she got the meth from and she stated down the road at a yard sale,” the affidavit states.

Sarao later said the home didn’t belong to her grandmother and that she wasn’t pregnant.

Mention was not made of whether she really had to poop.

Sarao was arrested on charges including driving while license suspended with knowledge, possession of methamphetamine, giving a false name while detained and resisting arrest without violence.

 

 

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