According to an Indian River County Sheriff's Office report, Henry Chambliss was stopped by a deputy who noticed the window tints on the 37-year-old's Mercury were illegal.
Chambliss initially identified himself as "Kevin Holloway" and then admitted that he was lying because his license was "no good." The deputy then determined that Chambliss had a warrant out for probation violation.
A search of the car allegedly revealed crack rocks and a soda can that was being used as a crack pipe. The suspect told police the pipe "was most likely his wife's."
After being informed that he would be X-rayed at jail, Chambliss allegedly admitted he had "a baggie in his butt crack that contained drugs."
The baggie was extracted and Chambliss was arrested on charges including probation violation, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, giving a false name while detained and driving while license habitually suspended.