JAIL INMATE HIDES DRUG SYRINGE IN HER VAGINA ALONG WITH METH AND HEROIN
28-year-old Marissa Cook is one for the record books. Marissa allegedly tried to smuggle drugs into the Rowan County Detention Center in Salisbury, NC. Marissa was being arrested for a probation violation on September 28, 2020. When officers conducted a search on her at the jail, she informed jail staff that she had contraband concealed in her vaginal cavity.
Marissa was able to remove and surrender a syringe wrapped in black tape. Also in Marissa's vagina was a 5-hour energy bottle that had heroin and methamphetamine concealed in it, which she was unable to remove.
She had to be taken to a Salisbury hospital where the bottle was extracted by emergency surgery.
Marissa was charged with possession with intent to sell/deliver methamphetamine, possess with intent to sell/deliver heroin, and possession of a controlled substance on a prison/jail premises.
Marissa has numerous misdemeanor convictions and felony convictions for possession of Schedule I and II controlled substances.
Marissa also has pending charges in Rowan and Iredell counties for conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, felony possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possess with intent to sell/deliver heroin.