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    A Miami woman who was taken into custody on an active warrant shoved her identification card up her vagina, police said. Taccara Lasha Nauden, 28, was arrested just after midnight Saturday in 3000 block of N. 57th Drive in Hollywood, according to a police report. (Published Monday, Oct. 3, 2016)

    A Miami woman who was taken into custody on an active warrant shoved her identification card up her vagina, police said.

    Taccara Lasha Nauden, 28, was arrested just after midnight Saturday in 3000 block of N. 57th Drive in Hollywood, according to a police report.

    The report said an officer responded to a hit-and-run at the location and made contact with Nauden, who was the passenger in the car. The officer discovered Nauden had an active warrant from the Broward Sheriff's Office for operating a vehicle without a valid license, the report said.

    Nauden was placed into custody and taken to the main jail. While there, she told the staff she had shoved her identification card up her vagina, the report said.

    Medical staff used an X-ray machine and discovered a foreign object in her vagina, which was her ID card, the report said.

    She had to be taken to the hospital for medical clearance but while leaving the jail she pulled her pants down exposing her genitals, then squatted and urinated in public, the report said.

    Nauden was hospitalized and later jailed on the warrant and a charge of exposing sex organs in public, the report said. She appeared in bond court Monday where the judge dropped the warrant.

    "I'm diagnosed with overactive bladder, and I told the officers that," Nauden told the judge during the court appearance.

    "Don't tell me about the facts in your case," the judge replied.

    Nauden told the judge she is a caretaker for elderly and disabled people. It's unknown if she's hired an attorney.