Traffic stop nets drug bust By ERIK LINCOLN The Daily Sentinel Saturday, November 04, 2006 A late Wednesday night traffic stop turned into a drug bust of two Grand Junction men. One of the men, Andy Seltzer, 41, was treated for drug consumption after he allegedly tried to swallow a plastic baggie filled with methamphetamine at the Mesa County Jail, according to Grand Junction Police Department reports. Seltzer, Wilson and Nash were taken into custody by police, and once they arrived at Mesa County Jail, Seltzer told officers he wanted to speak with a narcotics agent, police said. Seltzer told police and a narcotics agent he had 10 grams of meth in a body cavity. Seltzer was then asked to leave the room so officers and the agent could discuss the situation. A few moments after he left, police said, a “loud, panicked voice” was heard on the intercom saying, “Sir, what are you doing?” Officers went into the room Seltzer was in and said they saw a baggie filled with a white substance in his mouth. After watching the security tapes, officers said they saw Seltzer, who was in handcuffs, remove the plastic baggie from the cavity he had referred to and try to throw the baggie in the air and catch it in his mouth and then tried to swallow the baggie , according to reports. Unable to swallow the baggie, Seltzer then leaned over the bench and tried to swallow the baggie again, police said. Officers said they were concerned Seltzer had swallowed some of the meth and sent him to St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment. After treatment, Seltzer was booked into the jail for suspicion of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute, first-degree introduction of contraband, second-degree possession of a forged instrument and tampering with evidence, according to records. EWWWWWW!!!