Stolen gun falls out of man’s anal cavity while being booked

Ashley Remkus reports for, March 29, 2017, that Limestone County, Alabama authorities recovered a stolen gun when it fell from an inmate’s body cavity during a search at the jail.

Jesse O’Neal Roberts, 23, of Elkmont, Alabama, was being booked into the Limestone County Jail on a misdemeanor charge of public intoxication when the gun fell from his body.

Roberts was arrested after midnight when deputies responded to a call about a prowler on Esten Lane. The caller found Roberts around his garage and held the suspect at gunpoint until deputies arrived. Deputy Chad Harbin found Roberts showing signs of impairment, and arrested him for public intoxication.

When they arrived at the jail, corrections officers noticed Roberts appeared to be walking “strangely.”

While being searched, Roberts stumbled and the pistol fell from his body cavity. Sheriff’s spokesman Stephen Young said in a report: “I immediately considered that he defecated on himself before noticing a familiar shape in the form of a pistol in his boxers.”

The unloaded weapon, a Jimenez .380-cailber pistol valued at $100, had been reported stolen from Florence.

In addition to public intoxication, Roberts is charged with first-degree promoting prison contraband, carrying a concealed weapon without a permit and fourth-degree receiving stolen property. Bail is set at $7,250.

These are Jimenez JA-380‘s dimensions and weight:

Seriously, how does a man secrete a 5.3″ x 3.75″ 19-oz. hard object in his anus?

How is that anatomically feasible?



29 responses to “Stolen gun falls out of man’s anal cavity while being booked

  1. He would have been walking really funny if he had been concealing an AR 15

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  2. How does a gun fit up the anal pore? Practice, I guess. At least he hasn’t worked his way up to a shotgun, yet. Perhaps that’s part of the Rump Ranger Brigades agenda, to carry really concealed weapons.

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  3. Dr. Eowyn,
    “How is that anatomically feasible”? With practice.

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  4. The question I’d ask is why is that opening so large that the gun actually fell out? What’s he been sticking up there anyway? Ahem…yeesh

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  5. I never heard of this gun before, but I’m hardly and expert.
    It Lists for about $120.
    After reading the reviews on it, I’d say the guy had the gun where it belongs since it is a piece of crap.
    Guess he dropped a “loaded”

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    • Of course, I am not an expert, myself. But this gun is part of the Jennings type, made out of zinc and such. The article says it is worth 100$. Only if it has a 100$ bill stuffed into the barrel. These kind of guns are extremely unsafe. Even the much maligned HiPoints, which sell for 150$ or less, are a much better option for someone in need of protection who is on a limited budget. I know, that is how I started out. I even had a Jennings, from my dad, which I shot once, on a whim. Then sold for 50$ but not before a stern warning to the guy who bought it to never carry it with a round in the chamber. The safety is just a sliding piece of metal. My gun shop and range has seen several blow to pieces, and offers to buy them from people, rather than let them shoot them, they are so afraid of them. I think that this guy was going to threaten to beat someone with it covered in feces, rather than actually shoot it. It would be a better use for it. lol

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  6. Kevin J Lankford

    I do believe some one is exaggerating the circumstance. Though t may well be feasible that some one may hide a firearm of a much smaller dimensions “up theirs”, this particular firearm would be out of the question, no matter the orientation of the fool.

    He may have possibly tried to conceal it by holding between his cheeks, under his drawers, butt, clearly that would not be feasible for long, or a long walk.

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  7. That is just incredible. I am so glad that I am not the officer who has to do “pat-downs” to search for contraband. Officer’s that have to do that should get hazardous duty pay!

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  8. I can’t fathom how that could fit, let alone fall out of, an anal cavity….you never know nowadays. I’m gonna go with maybe it was between his butt cheeks and fell…there…now I feel better. 🙂

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  9. I would imagine Jesse Roberts had some prior experience with his posterior, along with some “help.” Yep, he’ll be very… POPULAR in jail! (And he does a real good job looking like a smart-ass in his jailhouse photo. Yep, another Clockwork Orange punk.)

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  10. After he eventually gets out of jail maybe he can go on a TV show, perhaps Jerry Springer, and demonstrate how he did it. 🙂

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  11. He got the idea from that one Rick and Morty episode.


  12. Hmm, a loose anal sphincter .. on such a young man .. guess we know what he’s been doing.

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  13. Stewie This is my rifle this is my gun –


  14. Impressive, but a prisoner actually passed a s&w model 10 full sized police service revolver a few years back. The wardens at that jail were very impressed. This kid is a cub scout by comparison. I wish I could remember the city where it occurred.

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  15. “I’m personally very upset with Roberts for the crappy way he treated this handgun (which I also suspect voided the warranty). Roberts’s attorneys will likely poo-poo the charges of first-degree promoting prison contraband, carrying a concealed weapon without a permit and fourth-degree receiving stolen property. They may raise a stink, claiming that he was too intoxicated to realize what he was dooing.”

    Source –

    Dude, That’s NOT A Holster! 😂

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  16. Too cheap to purchase a holster????


  17. Anyway you look at it, that has got to be uncomfortable.


  18. How do that get those items up in their ass like that that. I guess you know why you have to spread your cheeks when you in-process at a correctional facility


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