A woman was arrested in South Carolina after more than 1,500 grams of cocaine fell out of a fake pregnant belly she was wearing during a traffic stop.

The incident happened on April 12, when Anderson County Sheriff’s deputies pulled over a car driven by Anthony Miller. The passenger in the car, Cemeka Mitchem, appeared to be pregnant. However, the deputies became suspicious when the couple gave conflicting information about Mitchem’s due date.

As the deputies were speaking to Miller and Mitchem, Mitchem suddenly took off running. The deputies chased after her and caught her a short distance away. As they were arresting her, a large amount of cocaine fell out of the fake pregnant belly she was wearing.

Mitchem and Miller were both arrested and charged with drug trafficking. They are currently being held in the Anderson County Detention Center.

This is a bizarre and unusual case, but it serves as a reminder of the dangers of drug trafficking. Drug traffickers will often go to great lengths to conceal their illegal activities, and they will not hesitate to put others at risk in order to make a profit.

If you see something suspicious, say something. Report any suspected drug activity to the authorities. You could help to keep your community safe.

In addition to the dangers of drug trafficking, this case also raises concerns about the use of fake pregnant bellies to smuggle drugs. This is a new and growing trend, and it is important to be aware of it. If you see someone wearing a fake pregnant belly, it is important to report it to the authorities. You could help to prevent drugs from entering your community.