Wildwood police apprehended a Louisiana couple with more than 1,000 grams of cereal bars coated with THC oil.
Cherie Godwin, 24, of Denham Springs, La., had been driving a silver passenger car with Louisiana plates at 2:15 a.m. Monday when she failed to stop when pulling onto U.S. 301 from the parking lot of a Sunoco station, according to an arrest report from the Wildwood Police Department.
Godwin was “extremely nervous and her pupils were dilated and unresponsive to drastic changes in light,” according to the arrest report. Godwin admitted she was high on LSD.
A K-9 alerted on the vehicle and Godwin was asked if there were any narcotics in the vehicle.
“I can show you,” she responded.
She opened the trunk and showed officers a travel bag which contained 317.2 grams of individually wrapped cereal bars which were coated and mixed throughout with Tetrahydrocannabinol oil.
A passenger, 30-year-old Cameron Chase Cox, was found to have in his bag 712.10 grams of individually wrapped cereal bars coated with THC oil. He also had 137 grams of cannabis in his bag, Ecstasy capsules, amphetamine pills, “a multitude of plastic bags” and a digital scale.
Both were taken into custody and booked at the Sumter County Detention Center. Godwin’s bond was set at $4,000. Cox’s bond was set at $18,000 bond.