‘Strange Bulge’ In Escambia Woman’s Pants Leads To Meth Arrest

June 3, 2023

The Atmore Police Department says a “strange bulge” in an Escambia County (Florida) woman’s pants led to her arrest on a methamphetamine related charge.

Sydni Weatherholtz, age 30 of Pensacola, was charged with unlawful possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, according to police.

About 7:35 p.m. on May 31, Atmore Police Narcotics Agents conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that failed to signal during a turn onto Highway 21. Officers said Weatherholtz was a passenger in the vehicle.

“While speaking with Weatherholtz an officer noticed a strange bulge in her pants. Upon further investigation Waetherholtz was in possession of approximately 14 grams of a clear crystal-like substance that field tested positive for Methamphetamine,” Atmore Police Sgt. Darrell McMann said.


7 Responses to “‘Strange Bulge’ In Escambia Woman’s Pants Leads To Meth Arrest”

  1. Mike R on June 7th, 2023 11:48 am

    Stephen, I’m in Portland for the Rose Festival right now.

    The city is doing fine. No burning cars. No roving street gangs. No Mad Max hellscape.

    …maybe you meant Portland, Maine?

  2. Stephen on June 7th, 2023 7:32 am

    @ Mike R.-

    Simply put, I have and it is.

  3. Mike R on June 4th, 2023 10:55 am

    Kane: “have you seen Portland Oregon lately?… it is a dystopian nightmare”

    lol, no it’s not.

    I’d strongly recommend turning off the FoxNews and actually travelling to one of those “dystopian nightmares” and forming your own opinion.

  4. David Huie Green on June 3rd, 2023 6:55 pm

    “why not let these people ruin their lives?”

    Because people care about people even when they do stupid things.

    We have all done stupid things and if we died every time we did, there would be no people. Admittedly, this kid should be old enough to know better but drugs enslave brains. That’s why my father smoked cigarettes as long as he did. He paid dearly for his addiction. I never tried to force him to stop, just reminded him of the cost he was paying.

  5. Mike on June 3rd, 2023 12:13 pm

    to Dale: I totally agree with you. Not only that, I should add that everybody is aware that being overweight, let alone being grossly obese, is dangerous and it ruins their health. Why not just letting them ruin their lives? Why treating them at the hospitals at the expense of us, fit folks? (Sarcasm)

  6. Kane on June 3rd, 2023 11:43 am

    Hey Dale, have you seen Portland Oregon lately? Yeah they decriminalized drugs our there and now it is a dystopian nightmare. People are literally getting high on the sidewalk’s crime is rampant business are closing down left and right.

    So you see they wont just “ruin their lives” they are going to ruin everyone around them as well.

  7. Dale on June 3rd, 2023 5:53 am

    This will make an interesting case for any defense lawyer. But, why not let these people ruin their lives? Darwin described their future well. Let them take themselves out of the gene pool. Everyone has been made aware of the dangers of drug use yet they still plunge head on into using. They keep on because they know someone will feel sorry for them and demand non users pay to repeatedly attempt to treat and rehab them . Yeah, it’s sad. But sadness serves as a warning to others.