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Woman flashes breasts at officer during traffic pullover

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - She was pulled over for an unsafe lane change but in her attempt to get police off her case for the suspicious items in her car, 54-year-old Agueda Melva Latsnic urinated in front of police and flashed her breasts at them.

According to court documents, the defendant had in her car a glass pipe, plastic straws and clear baggies containing clear crystal residue, in addition to suspected marijuana.

Court documents state Latsnic told officers, "I don't have drugs, only weed... I wish I had meth by my connect, Anne Toves just got busted."

Latsnic reportedly yelled, kicked, and banged her head against the rear windows of the police vehicle. At the precinct she complained her hand restraints were too tight prompting police to remove them. While in her holding cell, she took off her shirt again, and attempted to strangle herself.

Latsnic was arrested and charged with criminal mischief, possession of a controlled substance, and indecent exposure.
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