Justin Grant, Raymal Glenn busted with cocaine - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Police: Man hides 76 grams of coke inside buttocks

Raymal Glenn and Justin Grant  (Source: Mentor Police Facebook) Raymal Glenn and Justin Grant (Source: Mentor Police Facebook)
MENTOR, OH (WOIO) -

Two men busted with cocaine in Mentor - and one of the suspects is accused of hiding the evidence in his body.

It happened Saturday around 3:30 a.m. after a cop stopped a vehicle on I-90 for a traffic violation. 

The driver, Justin Grant, had no license. Grant was found to have 3 grams of cocaine in his pocket.

Officers escorted the passenger, Raymal Glenn, to a cruiser and noticed he was limping and clenching his buttocks together. Glenn had concealed 76 grams of cocaine inside his buttocks.

Marijuana was found in the car as well.

Grant was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and traffic offenses. Glenn was charged with Felony 1 cocaine trafficking and possession of criminal tools (cell phone).

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