Suspect caught with 'cocaine-like' powder in Windsor police headquarters

It's not Easter, but Windsor Police found themselves hunting for eggs on the weekend. On Friday police arrested a highly intoxicated man at a Tim Horton's. Two plastic blue eggs filled with a powdered substance were found in the man's possession. Police believe this powder is cocaine.

Man tries to smuggle 'cocaine like substance' into Windsor County Jail by using plastic easter eggs.

Police say suspect in possession of six blue plastic eggs, filled with what they believe was cocaine. (CBC News)

It's not Easter, but Windsor Police found themselves hunting for eggs on the weekend.

On Friday police arrested a highly intoxicated man at a Tim Horton's. Two plastic blue eggs filled with a powdered substance were found in the man’s possession.  Police believe this powder is cocaine

Police later checked on the man in his cell.  That's when they found four eggs, containing a similar powder, in a toilet.

Police suspect the man intended to smuggle the drugs into the jail. He is charged with three counts of breaching a court order and one count of possession of a controlled substance for purpose of trafficking.