I'll at least get high before I go’: Cops uncuff Florida woman, who then swallows fistful of ‘Molly’ during drug bust BY Jason Molinet NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, April 9, 2015, 2:59 AM Pinellas County Sheriff's Office Kimberly Noelle Collera, 23, of Tampa, allegedly gulped a handful of the drug "Molly" after being arrested. One Florida woman decided to get high after cops cuffed her. Police who arrived at a drug trafficker’s Tampa home temporarily let the 23-year-old out of handcuffs so she could sign a document. Instead, Kimberly Noelle Collera reached for a handful of the synthetic drug known as “Molly” and swallowed it, the Tampa Bay Times reported. "If I'm going back to prison, I'll at least get high before I go," Collera reportedly told her arresting officers. The Aug. 7, 2014 takedown that uncovered drugs and guns was part of a joint FBI operation with Tampa police into the Latin Kings street gang. "I'm the only one doing illegal activity here,” Collera told cops when they first arrived. “Everything is mine.” Collera signed a plea agreement Wednesday copping to the drugs and guns, which carries a five-year prison term, the Times reported.