Port Charlotte, Florida (News-Press) -- A Charlotte County Sheriff's deputy made at traffic stop Tuesday night on a car for not having brake lights that resulted in the arrest of four on drug charges.
Arrested were Bradley Jordon Greus, 23, of Port Charlotte; Donald Carlo Acquarelli, 25, of Port Charlotte; Teal Lee Thomson, 22, of Rotonda West; and Alexis Ann Clancey, 20, of Englewood.
The traffic stop was made at Bradford Avenue and Cazonovia Street; the driver was Clancey, the CCSO said.
When deputies began the search of Greus they asked if he had anything hidden in his prosthetic leg.
Greus said he had a small bag of cocaine in it and handed it to a deputy. A search of Thomson found a plastic baggie located in her bra that contained morphine and hydromorphine pills. Clancey said she had a hydromorphine pill in her wallet left on the driver's seat. While searching Acquarelli, Clancey jumped in the tan Hyundai, grabbed her wallet, quickly pulled out a pill and swallowed it. Deputies attempted to stop her from swallowing but were unsuccessful...
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