SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -- Spokane Valley deputies pulled over a man early Monday morning, arrested him and found he was hiding drugs on his body.
Deputies responded to a call about a suspicious Ford mustang on South Park near Lewis Lane. A deputy saw a car matching the description and conducted a traffic stop.
Authorities said the suspect Clifford R. Hill, 45, admitted to being in the area to visit a girlfriend but could not give her name. He then told the deputy he did not have a driver’s license and gave him an Idaho ID card. The deputy found that Hill’s driving privileges were suspended and he had a confirmed misdemeanor warrant for driving while suspended.
Hill was arrested and taken to the Spokane County Jail.
Authorities said while Hill was at the jail he was walking strangely. Deputies checked under his foot and found a small paper bindle commonly used to transport and hid drugs. The deputy found it had what they believed to be methamphetamine.
Hill then admitted he had another bindle with meth inside it hidden in his underwear/buttocks area. Hill was also booked on additional felony charge of possession of a controlled substance.