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Doctors operating on felon who shot himself in the genitals find drugs in his rectum

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Things went from bad to worse to weird for a 13-time convicted felon who shot himself in the genitals, then had doctors discover drugs hidden in his rectum while they were performing surgery.

Police called to the scene also found meth in Cameron Jeffrey Wilson’s car, according to Washington State news outlet the Wenatchee World News. And he was just getting started.

The 27-year-old’s most recent troubles began April 16 when a gun he kept in his pocket discharged, putting a bullet “through his testicles and into his thigh,” according to the report.

Not wanting to be charged with gun possession, a bleeding Wilson had his girlfriend drive him to a friend’s house, where he allegedly dumped the firearm before going to an area hospital. It’s illegal for a felon to possess a firearm.

What Wilson didn’t drop off was the balloon full of of marijuana that is said to have slipped out of his rectal cavity while doctors were performing surgery.

Chelan County, Wash., detectives arrived at the hospital where he was being stitched up to gather information, at which time they also decided to search Wilson’s car. That’s where cops say they found a bag of methamphetamine in the pocket of a pair of bloody jeans Wilson appeared to be wearing when his injury occurred.

Police did not arrest Wilson at the hospital, opting instead to issue an April 16 warrant for gun and meth possession, which allowed Wilson to turn himself in two days later. When he did so, police reportedly found another bag of marijuana in his rectum during a jailhouse strip search.

Possession of a controlled substance was then added to the growing list of charges against Wilson. A week later, Wilson was also charged with four counts of witness tampering after police reportedly listened in on a jailhouse phone call between the alleged perp and girlfriend, where cops say he told her not to cooperate with investigators.

Wilson pleaded not guilty to all charges and is awaiting trial on June 18 on all but the obstruction charge, for which he’ll be tried July 9. Bail was set at $110,000.

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