Police: Man Hid Cocaine in Buttocks

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Raymal Glenn (Left) and Justin Grant (right). (Photo Credit: Mentor Police Department)

Raymal Glenn (Left) and Justin Grant (right). (Photo Credit: Mentor Police Department)

Raymal Glenn (Left) and Justin Grant (right). (Photo Credit: Mentor Police Department)

MENTOR, Ohio — Police in Mentor made a big cocaine bust over the weekend; but where they found the drugs is a different story.

Mentor officers stopped a car for a traffic violation on Interstate 90 at around 3:30 a.m. Saturday.

Police said the driver, Justin Grant, of Cleveland, had no license. He was also found to have three grams of cocaine in his pocket.

When officers escorted Grant’s passenger, Raymal Glenn, of Euclid, to the cruiser, they noticed something strange: Glenn was allegedly “limping” and “clenching his buttocks together.”

The reason?

Glenn had concealed 76 grams of cocaine inside his buttocks, Mentor police said.

Officers also found marijuana in the car.

Grant was charged with possession of cocaine, marijuana and other traffic offenses. Glenn was charged with cocaine trafficking, possession of criminal tools and drug abuse.