Texas woman deliberately pooping in a police car to hide crack cocaine, a pipe and a Valentine’s Day card in her feces, is imprisoned for three years
- Shannen Martin, 34, was arrested in February 2018 for shoplifting by Corsicana Police
- While she was being transported to the police station, Martin decided to poop in the squadron car and hide incriminating evidence in her stool.
- She was later accused of possession of a controlled substance and tampering with evidence, and was later sentenced to probation
- However, she has now been sentenced to three years in prison for repeated violation of the terms of her probation agreement
34-year-old Shannen Martin was transported to a police station in February 2018 when she decided to poop in the vehicle and hide incriminating evidence in her stool.
A woman from Texas who intentionally poops in a police car has been imprisoned after she has violated the conditions of her probation.
Shannen Martin, 34, was arrested for shoplifting by Corsicana Police in February 2018 and was in the process of being transported to a police cruiser district when she decided to defecate and hide incriminating evidence in her stools.
According to police, Martin hid a stolen Valetine’s Day card in her droppings, along with 2.3 grams of crack cocaine and a crack pipe.
Forth Worth Star Telegram reports that an officer had to ‘dig’ the stool to retrieve the evidence.
At the time, Martin pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and tampering with evidence.
She was sentenced last year to probation instead of imprisonment.
As part of the deal, she also had to write an apology letter to the officer who had the task of going through her fecal matter.
Martin was handcuffed in the back of a Corsicana Police cruiser when she took her poop off
However, Martin’s probationary period was withdrawn in September after she had violated the terms of her contract several times.
Last week Martin returned to the court, where a public prosecutor claimed that she should be behind bars.
“The disgusting nature of Mrs. Martin’s actions underline why this woman should be in jail and not cause more harm in the community,” prosecutor William Dixon wrote in a statement.
“Most people would never even consider pooping in a car so that they can hide contraband in their own stools. This person has repeatedly proven why the public must be protected against her. ”
A judge sentenced Martin to three years in prison and is currently imprisoned in Navarro County prison.
A judge sentenced Martin to three years in prison and is currently imprisoned in Navarro County prison (photo)