Deputies: 4 bags of drugs found in woman's body cavity at jail

Woman, 20, arrested after traffic stop in St. Johns County

Booking photo of Khadajia Rodriguez
Booking photo of Khadajia Rodriguez

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – A 20-year-old St. Augustine woman is facing a smuggling charge after she was arrested in a traffic stop and deputies found meth and cocaine hidden in a body cavity when they searched her at the jail, according to a St. Johns County Sheriff's Office report.

Khadajia Rodriguez is charged with four counts of possession of methamphetamine, two counts of cocaine possession, a misdemeanor driving charge and a smuggling contraband into a detention facility, which is a felony.

Deputies said Rodriguez was driving without a valid license when she was pulled over Friday night because of a faulty brake light.

They said drugs were found in the car, prompting her arrest, and when they got her to the jail, a body cavity search turned up three 1-gram bags of meth and 3-gram bag of crack cocaine hidden in her anus.