A Minnesota man pleaded guilty Monday to the possession of cocaine that was found inside a teen’s buttocks nearly two years ago, a report said.
Mahad Mahamud Mohamed, 25, copped to the second-degree drug possession charge that stemmed from his December 2018 arrest during a traffic stop in the city of Rochester, KIMT reported.
Mohamed was inside the car with a teen who was later found to be concealing cocaine in his butt, the news station reported. He allegedly commanded the teen to hide the drugs.
Mohamed’s sentencing is scheduled on Dec. 7, the report said.