333 Heroin Packets In Bra: How New Jersey Police Stuffed Kim Decker's Drug Heist

By iScienceTimes Staff on April 25, 2013 10:33 PM EDT

Kim Decker
Decker was charged with the intent to distribute heroin contained in 333 heroin packets in her bra. (Photo: New Jersey State Police)

New Jersey police stuffed a drug heist on Monday when they arrested a woman who they say had 333 packets of heroin in her bra, according to reports

NJ.com reported that Kim Decker, 52, of Montague, N.Y., was driving with 333 heroin packets in her bra on Route 80 west in Rockaway Township, N.J. at around 1:30 p.m. EST when New Jersey state troopers pulled over a Honda Accord that was spotted driving erratically.

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Neither Decker nor her two passengers had valid licenses, so, as a result, the vehicle was impounded.

As one passenger, Ernest Broadwell, 51, exited the car, police noticed a wax fold -- commonly known to hold heroin -- in plain view inside the car, according to State Police Sgt. Brian Polite. When Decker was questioned, she admitted to hiding heroin in her bra.

Decker, Broadwell and 51-year-old William Malony, were then taken to the Netcong barracks, where a female trooper searched Decker and found 333 packets filled with heroin in her bra.

Decker also gave state troopers permission to search her car, where they found hidden drug paraphernalia.

Decker was charged with possession of heroin and intent to distribute and was sent to the Morris County Correctional Facility on $50,000 bail. Broadwell was also charged with possession with intent to distribute and released with a court date, while Malony was also issued a court date, although what charges he faces are unknown.

Decker's bust of 333 heroin packets in her bra wasn't her first involvement with the law. According to online records, she was arrested in May 2006 for driving on a revoked license.

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