Two defendants use unique efforts to provide urine samples during drug tests
41 Action News Staff
5:36 PM, Oct 7, 2013
6:29 PM, Oct 7, 2013
HAMILTON, Mo. - Two defendants in Livingston Co., Mo. went to rather extreme measures to provide urine samples during recent drug tests.
Both defendants are on parole and are required to submit to regular drug testing.
One defendant was asked to give a urine sample after appearing to be under the influence. When he was being pat down, the supervising officer found the defendant had hidden two tubes inside his clothing, filled with some else's urine.
During the process of collecting the sample, the tubes of urine came open, spilling all over.
In a second incident, a female was about to give a urine sample when the supervising officer found the woman was hiding a small water bottle and tube. The type of bottle and tubing is typically placed on the side of a cage to water pet rabbits.
The urine inside was from the defendant's parent, and allegedly tested positive for methamphetamine.
Both defendants have since been charged and are now in custody..