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Published:February 1st, 2012 22:13 EST

Mom Had 13 Baggies Of Coke, 22 Ecstasy Pills, 48 Xanax Pills And 1 Toddler In Car

By Robert Paul Reyes

"A Webster mother faces drug charges after a traffic stop last week in Friendswood turned up illegal drugs in the vehicle that also carried her 3-year-old daughter, Friendswood police said.

The woman, Geneva Amanda Espinoza, 24, has been charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, according to a police spokesman."



Geneva isn`t the most well rolled joint in a stoner`s stash, when there are a more than a dozen baggies of cocaine in your vehicle, including one in your underpants and another one inside a body orifice, you don`t draw the attention of the cops by tailgating, tossing litter out the window, smoking a joint, and letting your toddler walk around the back seat.

The cops also found 22 Ecstasy pills and 48 Xanax pills in her vehicle, her ride was a pharmacy on wheels. Girlfriend had too many drugs in her car for just one person, she was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell.

Espinoza`s child was turned over to a relative, hopefully never to be returned. This druggie is a terrible role model, for God`s sake her child is going to grow up to be a litterbug.

In her mugshot Espinoza has her eyes closed, but she`s not that bad looking. When this drug dealer is released from prison she can use what little brains she has and her good looks to sell Avon or Mary Kay products. But she`s such a dunce that if she`s driving a pink Cadillac that sticks out like a sore thumb, she will probably still tailgate, and toss litter out her window, garnering enough tickets to keep her in the poor house.

Maybe she will turn over a new leaf behind bars, keep her eyes open, and learn to be a good mother. And maybe pigs will fly out of her behind, while she`s passed on drugs with her eyes closed.

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