Drug Suspect Claims Someone Put Meth In His Underwear While He Slept

When a corrections officer found a “plastic cylinder” containing methamphetamine under his penis, a Florida Man denied ownership of the narcotics and claimed to be “unsure of how the package got in his underwear,” according to an arrest affidavit.

The discovery of drugs in the drawers of Caleb Phillips, 46, came yesterday evening as he “undressed from his civilian clothing and changed into his jail clothing” at the Indian River County Jail.

Phillips was arrested Monday on a warrant charging him with failure to appear in court in connection with a pending 2022 DUI case.

Seen above, Phillips reportedly told a sheriff's deputy that he “did not place the cylinder in his underwear,” but speculated that the meth was somehow “placed there while he was asleep.” Phillips apparently did not identify who purportedly accessed his underwear for the meth delivery.

While disavowing knowledge of the cylinder, Phillips “advised that he believed it" to contain Advil pills. Cops noted that the meth was inside a small package of Advil inside the cylinder, indicating that Phillips was aware of what the clear container held.

Phillips was charged with narcotics possession and smuggling contraband into a detention facility, both of which are felonies. He is being held without bond and is scheduled for arraignment on January 4.

Phillips’s rap sheet includes prior convictions for DUI; resisting arrest; marijuana possession, fleeing or eluding, possession of drug paraphernalia; leaving the scene of an accident; disorderly intoxication; and driving without a license.