An alleged drug dealer was finally apprehended hiding between the folds of a couch after weeks on the run.
It was not immediately clear at what location exactly Usher, who had evaded capture for several weeks, was found.
Footage of her arrest, however, shows her being pulled from between the folds of a sofa after concealing herself there under several couch cushions.
A warrant was issued for Usher’s arrest earlier this month for allegedly breaking probation for the sale of fentanyl as well as illegally using a communication device.
Prior to her being apprehended, local police had made Usher their ‘Warrant of the Week’ on their social media pages.
The suspect has amassed some 30 criminal charges and arrests since 2012, ranging from traffic violations to use of faulty cheques.
Follow Metro on WhatsApp to be the first to get all the latest news
Want to be the first to hear the world’s top stories? Metro.co.uk is now on WhatsApp sending vital updates and top trending stories straight to your phone.
Join the Metro WhatsApp community now for breaking news, juicy showbiz stories and must-watch videos from across our website.
Simply click on this link and select ‘Join Chat’. Don’t forget to turn on notifications so you’ll always be the first to hear the latest!
She remains in custody.
These are, however, perhaps not the strangest lengths a suspect has gone to in order to evade capture.
Earlier in August, armed police arrested a suspect in Exeter, the UK, who was detected by infrared helicopter camera while hiding in a wheelie bin.
In radio communications from the clip, a member of the force in the helicopter can be heard to inform colleagues on the ground: ‘Your fifth wheelie bin on the left is glowing hot like a Christmas tree.’
It still doesn’t compare to the suspect arrested in West Yorkshire back in 2017 – who attempted to conceal himself under the bed at his room in Calderdale, only forgetting his feet were still poking out from underneath.
Get in touch with our news team by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more stories like this, check our news page.