A woman, with nearly 20 previous charges, including seven drug-related charges, stuffed her car keys into her mouth after lying to the cops several times.
A Wichita Falls, Texas, police officer recently investigated an empty car parked parallel to the entrance of a convenience store at Southwest Parkway and Taft.
He approached a woman, Riley Sage Weiss, to ask if the car was hers, to which she said no. However, Weiss later revealed that the vehicle was allegedly her husband’s, who had dropped her off.
A side-by-side photo of Riley Sage Weiss from 2015 and in 2021. | Source: facebook.com/ksntnews
Upon further questioning, the 23-year-old accidentally pushed a key fob and flashed the car’s lights. As soon as the cop decided to detain her for questioning, Weiss placed the keys inside her mouth.
Immediately, the officer squeezed the sides of the woman’s mouth so she would not swallow the evidence. After getting the keys and searching the vehicle, the cop found 10 IDs and debit cards belonging to different people.
Included were seven debit cards, two wallets, two IDs, and a social security card. At that point, Weiss changed her story and claimed that she drove the car to the store and parked it near the entrance to grab what she needed quickly.
A police car driving through the street. | Source: Shutterstock
She later changed her story again and said she was only a passenger and did not know where the driver had gone. Through a search, authorities discovered a burnt glass pipe in Weiss’ anal cavity.
The car, which traveled at 117 mph, hit the cyclists, leaving one dead on the spot and the other severely injured.
Further identification revealed that Weiss had a total of 19 previous arrests involving assaults, aggravated robbery, theft, burglary, evading, and other drug-related charges.
Records also showed that in 2015, Weiss held a couple at gunpoint after they delivered drugs, which she ordered, to her home.
Three years later, Weiss stole a vehicle and had police chase her at 100 mph; and most recently, a woman reported about Weiss stealing her car and causing trouble in her home.
Similarly, another woman was arrested in Auckland, New Zealand, for allegedly attempting to run a person over and slamming her vehicle into a police car.
According to Inspector Peter Raynes, “Police staff had been on-foot attempting to get the woman to get out of her vehicle when she had driven off, pulled a U-turn, and then driven back and deliberately ran into the stationary police vehicle. Luckily, no one was hurt.
There have been several car-related injuries and deaths in the past, including a recent speeding accident that involved a car and two cyclists.
The car, which traveled at 117 mph, hit the cyclists, leaving one dead on the spot and the other severely injured. The Texas driver has since been arrested for manslaughter.
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