Nervous farting Oklahoma driver found to be hiding 8 pounds of meth disguised as Christmas gifts BY Tobias Salinger NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, December 23, 2015, 6:35 PM NewsOn6.com/KOTV This image shows methamphetamine police said was seized from the trunk of a driver's car in northeastern Oklahoma Monday night. He smelt it and found out who dealt it. An Oklahoma sheriff's deputy pulled over a nervous, farting driver — who he discovered was hiding over 8 pounds of methamphetamine disguised as Christmas presents Monday night, according to reports. Police said Chanele Pauley, 33, was passing gas and breathing heavily after she got pulled over for not signaling a lane change on the Will Rogers Turnpike around 8:45 p.m., according to an arrest report cited by the Tulsa World. 9 SURPRISING SENIOR CITIZEN DRUG ARRESTS A Rogers County deputy found the meth gifts when Pauley and her passenger offered conflicting accounts of where they were headed and a police dog sniffed the drugs, the arresting documents said. Rogers County Sheriff's Office Chanele Pauley, 33, was pulled over along Interstate 44 and later arrested on drug trafficking charges, according to court documents. Pauley’s trunk had four boxes cloaked in Christmas wrapping paper and a trash bag with blue rubber gloves, used tape, napkins and the plastic wrap that came on the wrapping paper. The deputy unwrapped the gifts and found several sealed bags with 8½ pounds of a white, crystalline substance that tested positive for meth, according to court documents cited by KOTV. Pauley and the passenger, Walter Rawls, 43, now face drug trafficking charges, county records show. 8 WEIRD AND WILD CHRISTMAS CRIMES Rogers County Sheriff's Office Walter Rawls, 43, gave a deputy a conflicting account of where the pair were headed Monday, the court documents said. Rogers County K9 Deputy Scotty Moree had told Pauley he was just going to issue a warning but noticed her acting “extremely nervous” when he asked her to sit in his patrol car, the arrest report said. Pauley said they were driving toward Missouri from the stretch of Interstate 44 near Catoosa in northeastern Oklahoma, but Rawls claimed they were going to North Carolina, according to the documents. Pauley was also shaking and her carotid artery could be seen clearly in her neck while she was farting in the cop car, Moree wrote in the arrest report. “These signs are not seen while speaking with the general motoring public,” he wrote.