PCP found in private parts after woman arrested for DUI with 4-year-old daughter in car

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Kendra Shalay Thomas

EDMOND, OK (KFOR-TV) – A Del City woman is now facing numerous charges after being stopped in Edmond over the weekend.

Officials said they arrested 26-year-old Kendra Shalay Thomas after pulling her over on Broadway near E. 2nd St. early Sunday morning.

According to the police report, officers said she admitted she had been drinking.

Her 4-year-old daughter was in the car with her.

Police said her blood alcohol level was .18; the legal limit is .08.

When Thomas was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail, authorities said they found six vials hidden in her body cavity.

Officials said four of the vials were empty and two contained PCP.

Thomas is now facing charges including child endangerment and narcotic drug possession.

Officers contacted DHS to help with her 4-year-old daughter who was in the car when she was arrested.

By Ashton Edwards KFOR-TV


  • J.c. Reppert

    This self-indulgent poor excuse for a human being needs a very high bail & to lose custody of her child. Ms. Thomas made a CHOICE to get very drunk, drive with her 4 yr. old child in the car, & use/transport drugs. Her child did NOT get a CHOICE & could have killed. None of this “needs treatment” garbage at taxpayer expense. NO Plea Bargain, NO Record Expungement. NOT Negotiable.

  • mugwump

    I am glad she is off the street, pray her little daughter is now in safe and loving hands. I do wonder, however, whether a strip search is standard procedure for that jail for dui? It may be standard for all arrests. Just curious.

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