Victimless Crime Files: Shot Out Drug Skank Found with Drug Stash … In Her Cervix!

January Newport (left) has Issues

Just … damn:

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) – Drugs were found inside an inmate at the Hamilton County Justice Center while doctors were giving her a C-Section.

January Newport, 24, was in jail on theft charges. She had to be transported to Good Samaritan Hospital to give birth to her child.

According to Hamilton County Prosecutors, when doctors began to perform a C-Section, doctors found drugs “in with the baby.”

Newport was charged and pled guilty to charges of taking drugs on the grounds of the Hamilton County Justice Center.

How did she … I mean how far can you….?

I really don’t want to know I guess. But if drugs were legal she’d be making great decisions otherwise, right?


2 Responses to “Victimless Crime Files: Shot Out Drug Skank Found with Drug Stash … In Her Cervix!”

  1. DodiaFae on October 30th, 2010 2:17 pm


    Now, I’m sure that Jenn has probably explained a bit to you about what exactly this would have entailed, and what this friggin idiot was risking for her and for her child by pulling such a bone-headed stunt (and the fact that she couldn’t possibly have pulled this bone-headed stunt off by herself), but your readers (particularly the males) might not…

    Women getting an IUD must do so in a doctor’s office because any sort of contamination being introduced into the uterus could cause serious infection. The cervix has to actually be forced open to insert the IUD. Things don’t just “float through”, it’s not a vacuum, things have to actually be forced through. It’s one of the reasons child labor hurts like a bitch, and even then the cervix is only open to 10 centimeters.

    To give a better idea of just how tightly the cervix is closed… if a tiny piece of placenta is left behind during child birth, and if it doesn’t flush out with normal bleeding within a few days, there is no way it’s coming out on it’s own. The new mother will end up having to go back to the hospital for a D & C to have it removed, because the cervix will once again have to be force open to remove it. If she doesn’t, she’ll end up with an infection in her uterus. Also, she’ll never stop bleeding like something out of a horror movie.

    What this woman did, she couldn’t possibly have done without help. She risked the life of her child. She risked her ability to conceive in the future (which probably wouldn’t have been such a bad thing, all things considered.)

    Apologies for the TMI, but once you understand to what extent this woman went to do this, it just makes it that much worse.

    What I don’t understand (you know, aside from her complete lack of concern for the wellbeing of her unborn child, her complete lack of concern for her own wellbeing, and her utter stupidity) is how the hell did she expect to get the drugs out of her uterus once she got to prison? Was this planned? Was she supposed to go to the infirmary for a check up and have it removed there? Because I doubt that the girls in cell block B or 8 or whatever would have access to a scapula and other necessary tools to help her remove a bag of drugs. And I doubt that, even if they did, those tools would have been properly sanitized.

    Was she supposed to make a drop somewhere else, but got arrested on the way? If so, that would mean the drugs were there longer than expected, possibly caused an infection and/or caused premature labor, which is why she had to be rushed to the hospital. The C-section might have been because the baby couldn’t get to the birth canal, what with all those drugs in his/her way.

    Ew. It’s just gross to think about. Even worse, though, and very sad to think about, is that she’ll probably get out of prison far too soon, get custody of her child, and do her best to screw that poor child up some more.

  2. loup Garou on November 2nd, 2010 12:46 pm


    I think I just threw up a little bit.

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