Texas woman needs ER doctors to remove meth pipe from vagina Christina Searcy stuffed the tube into her genitals after the van she was traveling in with three pals was pulled over by a Montgomery County deputy on Friday, reports the Houston Chronicle. She later admitted to having the pipe hidden. But when she tried to remove the device, she found it was lodged. BY Lee Moran NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 9:00 AM Montgomery County Sheriff's Office It's not clear if this booking photo of Christina Marie Searcy was taken before or after her trip to the ER in Texas. A redfaced Texas woman ended up in an ER after a meth pipe she hid in her genitals during a drugs bust got stuck. Christina Searcy stuffed the tube into her vagina after the van she was traveling in with three pals was pulled over by a Montgomery County deputy on Friday, reports the Houston Chronicle. The quartet, all from Cleveland, Texas, were arrested after a coin bag containing several baggies of cocaine and a marijuana joint were discovered inside the vehicle. They had been stopped after reports that they'd committed fraud. That allegation was later dropped. Searcy, driver Kevin Gene Hales, and other passengers Kimberly Kinn and Melinda Robertson were all taken into custody. They were warned while being booked into jail that they'd face additional charges if they didn't declare all the drugs on their persons. Kinn revealed she had a pipe in her bra, which later tested positive for methamphetamine. Searcy then also admitted to having a pipe hidden in her genitals. But when she tried to remove the device, she found it was lodged. The 36-year-old was rushed to Kingwood Emergency Room where doctors successfully took out the tube, which later also tested positive for meth. All four suspects face drug possession charges, reports the Montgomery County Police Reporter.