She Was Just Powdering Her Nose

Meet Elizabeth Espinoza of Ruskin, Florida.

Elizabeth was just driving down Interstate 75, minding her own business, when the Florida Highway Patrol pulled her over for window tint which was too dark. Anyway, the officers asked Espinoza to step out of the car, and the cops found some candy inside.

Elizabeth Espinoza, 27, was driving southbound on Interstate 75 in a 2016 red Dodge Journey on Tuesday when Florida Highway Patrol troopers in Sumter County noticed her SUV having windows that were described as being ‘too dark’, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

When they pulled her over, Espinoza, of Ruskin, became ‘overtly nervous.’

For the record, I think pulling someone over for “window tint” is a b.s. charge. Philly cops do this all the time to try to search a vehicle without a warrant.

Investigators according to the news release found 12 kilos (26½ pounds) of cocaine — with a street value of about $1.2 million — tucked away in the dashboard and other ‘voids’ in the back of the vehicle.

Espinoza was taken to Sumter County Jail on charges including possession of cocaine and trafficking in cocaine.

Espinoza is smirking in her mugshot because she probably knows the cartel won’t murder her until she gets out of prison. And believe me, after losing $1.2 million in cocaine, Espinoza is already on a hit list.

6 thoughts on “She Was Just Powdering Her Nose

  1. It was a perfectly random stop for having too deeply tinted windows. Everyone knows that makes the car a terribly dangerous road hazard.
    With the many other cars on the freeway speeding, tailgating, and making lane changes without using their turn signal, they just happened to find a random car with dark windows? I bet there just happened to be a drug dog really close to the stop too?

    “Sure Jan. Whatever you say Jan.” Someone is likely to die; the cartel might even execute the actual snitch? Unless of course the information came from those brave patriots monitoring everyone’s US phones for foreign terrorists plotting against the US?


  2. I once took a job as an adjunct and ended up teaching remedial classes at a local junior college. As the semester progressed, a number of my students took to comparing who had which parole officer, where they had done time, and for what legal transgressions they had been imprisoned.
    One of my charges, a young lady of very calm demeanor and pleasant appearance, surprised the class when she ventured to give the name of her p.o. Both her classmates and I had supposed, based on her mannerisms that she had never been in trouble with the law.
    She advised us that she had indeed done time in prison, because she had been busted with weed. She also specified that it was “medical” marijuana (which at the time was still illegal in my state.)
    I was suspicious of the idea of anyone doing hard time for medical weed, so I inquired as to how much. She replied when busted she had been in possession of 4 kilos. I opined that she must have been really sick, which her classmates found highly amusing.

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  3. Ronni – If they want to find you, they will.

    RD – I head on Bongino’s podcast that the FBI and DoJ are looking at people who fly the Gadsden flag and the Betsy Ross flag. Some are even going on watch lists. Guess I need to purchase and fly two more flags.

    MelP – I would agree.

    Okrahead – Heh, nice. Looks like she learned her lesson, and hopefully she’s been good every since.

    Mike AKA Proof – I assume those words would not be the ones she wants to hear.


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