His package was hiding a package.....
A traffic stop led to the arrest of a man who was allegedly concealing narcotics under his genitals, according to the Collier County Sheriff's Office.
Tuesday just before 3 a.m., a Collier County Sheriff's deputy noticed a Mercury Grand Marquis that matched the description of the vehicle involved in a drive by shooting at a police station in Immokalee.
The deputy conducted a traffic stop after witnessing the Mercury run a stop sign.
When the deputy spoke to the driver, Leon Brice, the deputy smelled a strong odor he recognized as marijuana.
When backup arrived, the deputy placed Brice under arrest for driving while license suspended or revoked third or subsequent offense.
During a search of his person, the deputy found a baggy containing pills in Brice's front pocket. The deputy could not confirm Brice had a prescription for the medication.
The deputy then searched the passenger in the vehicle and located a tightly wrapped package in Randy Bronson's groin area, under his genitals.
The package was retrieved and it was a large plastic bag bound tightly with a rubber band. The large bag contained several smaller bags that contained a white powdery substance, reports said.
Total, the deputy found 21 bags of suspected cocaine with a total package weight of 15.3 grams.
Bronson was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of a controlled synthetic substance, possession of marijuana under 20g and possession of drug paraphernalia.
(Posted by Schmooze Correspondent Mary Wallace)