Police find SEVENTEEN counterfeit bills and five baggies of heroin, meth and pills in woman's vagina - and another $10 banknote in her rear Police in Alaska were in for a surprise when they went to perform a body cavity search on a woman suspected of passing counterfeit bills. According to a criminal complaint, Chelsea Sperry, of Fairbanks, was found to be hiding more than a dozen fake banknotes of various denominations inside her genitals, as well as methamphetamine, heroin and morphine sulfate pills stashed in plastic baggies. Sperry, 31, has been charged with felony forgery and drug charges, along with first-degree count of driving with a suspended license. http://i.***************/i/pix/2015/12/11/19/2F4967CC00000578-0-image-m-61_1449862890535.jpg +4 http://i.***************/i/pix/2015/12/11/19/2F49D2C100000578-0-image-a-62_1449862896446.jpg +4 Secret hiding spot: Police in Alaska say suspect Chelsea Sperry, 31, (left and right) was hiding a wad of counterfeit cash and a stash of drugs inside her genitals at the time of her arrest last month All about the Benjamins: A body cavity search yielded six $100 bill (one pictured here) seven $20 bill and a single $10 - all of them fake Funny money: The bogus bills were missing watermarks and security threads, and were marked 'for motion picture use only' Last week, the district attorney’s office dropped the first-degree forgery charge, reported the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. Court documents filed in the case stated that Sperry and her boyfriend, Jeff Martin, were arrested on November 38 for allegedly trying to use a counterfeit $100 at Castle Megastore, an adult entertainment and novelty store, in Fairbanks. Employees at the business called police and Sperry took off from the scene after her boyfriend handed her a wad of cash, according to the complaint. Responding officers caught up with the fugitive at a nearby gas station and transported her to the local jail. As Sperry, who has a past criminal record, was being booked on charges of driving with a suspended license and violating conditions of release, a female corrections officers noticed the woman making 'furtive movements' towards her crotch, the documents stated. A body scanner then detected foreign objects present inside Sperry's body. A subsequent cavity search yielded six $100 bills, three $50, seven $20 bill and a single $10 - all fake - concealed inside Sperry’s privates. A real $10 bill was discovered inside the woman's backside.