According to a criminal complaint, McAllister told investigators the gun was in her waistband, but the Bernalillo County deputy who interviewed her said he doubts that and believes the gun was likely in her private area.
Officer Simon Drobik said police did their best to make sure she wasn't armed before entering the jail. "We can only be so thorough, and that area is out of the question. We cannot search a body cavity," said Drobik.
John Arwood, 31, and Amber Campbell, 25, claimed they were chased into the closet at Daytona State College on Sunday, Daytona Beach police said. After two days in a Marine and Environmental Science Center janitor's closet, where police found human faeces and copper scouring pads sometimes used to smoke crack, Arwood called 911 from his cell phone, police said.