Two charged with attempting to conceal drugs following arrest

A man and woman arrested following a traffic stop face additional charges after deputies say they found pills and heroin concealed on both people, including in a sensitive area on the woman.

Angelin Faith McRory, 32, of 3265 60th Street S.W., Golden Gate, and Paul M. Luciano, 28, of 350 Ridge Drive, North Naples, were both arrested Saturday during a traffic stop by Collier deputies at 26 Hawaii Boulevard after another driver reported seeing their red pickup truck swerving over the roadway.

A "thorough" search of both people when they were being booked found suspected drugs in addition to what deputies reported finding in the truck they were traveling in.

The arresting officer reported finding four plastic baggies containing white substance, all in different locations in the vehicle, and reported seeing both people moving around in the truck before they pulled over to comply with the traffic stop.

On that basis, Deputy James Spartz wrote in his report, he asked deputies at Naples Jail Center to make sure that "both subjects be thoroughly searched due to their actions and the drugs found in the truck."

While Luciano was being searched, deputies found three more plastic bags containing white powder and three pills in his possession, identified as OxyCodone and Xanax. As McRory was being searched, a pill container was found concealed in her private area. In that bottle were 11 pills, identified as Xanax and Oxyodone.

Luciano was charged with possession of heroin and possession of a controlled substance. McRory was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of opium or a derivative, and driving with a suspended license.

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