Photos and VideosMore Photos and Videos
A Port St. Lucie man who told an officer he "may have some needles between his cheeks" is facing drug possession charges, authorities said.
Kamon Christopher Holobaugh, 24, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office arrest affidavit obtained by TCPalm.com.
According to the affidavit, Holobaugh was found at the Post Office at 50 W. Midway Road around 3 a.m. on April 23 after he flashed his high beams at a sergeant.
When the sergeant checked to see if he was okay, Holobaugh "appeared nervous, was sweating profusely and had his pants unzipped," the report said.
The sergeant searched Holobaugh's car and saw several small white pills fall onto the ground near the driver's door, and more pills on the floor mat, the report said. He also found an empty orange prescription bottle. The eight pills were identified as morphine sulfate.
During the search, Holobaugh was "acting suspicious" and "was walking awkwardly, which he stated was due to a past injury," the report said.
Holobaugh told the sergeant he didn't have a prescription for the pills and had gotten them from a friend and didn't know what they are, the report said.
That's when Holobaugh said he may have more items on him.
"Kamon stated he 'may have some needles between his cheeks,'" the report said. The sergeant search Holobaugh and found a bag of unused needles, but that wasn't all, according to the report.
"Kamon also stated he believed there was more pills in his anus and that he wanted to get them out before he got to jail and received additional charges," the report said.
Holobaugh moved around a little bit and a small clear plastic baggie was found near his feet, the report said. Inside the baggie were two dilaudid hydromorphone pills and seven more morphine sulfate pills.
According to the report, Holobaugh admitted he used the needles to shoot up the pills. Holobaugh was booked into the St. Lucie County Jail.
More Local Stories: