COPS: RED BANK WOMAN ATE COCAINE

HOT-TOPIC_01A Red Bank woman tried to eat some of the cocaine in her possession when she and another woman were stopped on traffic violations in Ocean Township early Saturday, police allege.

Ronda Feacher, 37, of William Street, was charged with possession of heroin and cocaine after she and 26-year-old Natacha Perez of Tinton Falls were stopped on Route 18 at around 4 a.m., according to a police report.

During the arrest, Feacher ate some of the cocaine in order to avoid detection, cops allege. According to NJ.com, Feacher was taken to a local hospital as a precaution and then to OTPD for processing.

Feacher was charged with possession of cocaine and heroin; tampering with evidence; and interfering with an investigation by falsely giving her name as Ronda Marshall, according to the police report.

After booking, Feacher was transported to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution in lieu of $2,500 bail. Her status was not immediately available Monday evening.

Additionally, NJ.com reports, cops found a knife and brass knuckles in their search.

Perez was charged with drug and weapons possession, as well as several motor vehicle offenses. She was released on a summons, NJ.com reported.