Woman hides eight ounces of meth and cocaine, 78 acid tablets in her weave By MATTHEW WRIGHT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM A Pennsylvania woman allegedly smuggled 78 doses of LSD, cocaine, methamphetamine and a glass pipe into prison by hiding it under her hair piece. Carema Lashandra Brown, 29, was charged with two felony theft counts and booked at the Jefferson County jail, about 80 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, on January 5. She had been unable to post the $60,000 bail, according to court documents. But soon after Brown’s arrival, authorities began noticing an uptick in the distribution of narcotics in the prison. An investigation led to the questioning of two incarcerated women who shared that Brown kept asking them about LSD. Brown allegedly wrote on a notepad ‘You b*****s sound bored! Get on my level! LOL,’ and threw the message and four hits of acid at them. In exchange for an envelope, Brown was said to give the two women two more doses of rainbow-colored LSD. Brown would then inform the two that there was more available for them, it is claimed. ‘Please conduct yourselves in a discreet way. Just say I love you when you figure out what I’m talking about,’ the note also said. After obtaining a warrant, officials searched the ‘trembling’ Brown who seemed nervous while her hair was being checked. ‘Following the search of the hair no items were recovered,’ according to a probable cause affidavit, obtained The Smoking Gun. Jail employees removed Brown’s weave the next day, however, and found the hidden drugs underneath. Eight ounces of cocaine and meth, and 78 doses of acid were found. A glass pipe with burn marks was also found. Brown was charged with nine felony and nine misdemeanor counts and her bail was set at $100,000.