Massachusetts woman arrested for concealed gun and cocaína

Maria Magdalena Jarquin-Ortiz in the smallest photo in the world.

Maria Magdalena Jarquin-Ortiz in the smallest photo in the world.

A Massachusetts woman has been charged with carrying a concealed firearm and possession of cocaine, the Bradenton Herald reports.

According to the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office, Maria Magdalena Jarquin-Ortiz, 35, was arrested early Sunday morning at a night club in Bradenton after a security guard at the club saw her with a gun in her waistband.

When deputies searched her they found a loaded magazine stuffed inside her bra. She told them she was carrying the gun for her boyfriend since he always gets searched at the club.

Jarquin-Ortiz was being held on bonds totaling $3,000.

[ Bradenton Herald ]

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