"Deputies say the couple consented to a search of the car. That's when they found nearly .4 grams of meth in Hines wallet. Also, in the glove box they discovered 2.7 grams of marijuana and a can of pepper spray. Another can of pepper spray was found in the driver's side door pocket."
THAT's hitting the Jackpot???
It's illegal to have tear gas if you had a felony, but you can have a KNIFE?
Who the hell makes this stuff up?
Tear gas is more a DEFENSIVE weapon.
Good job with the arrest though.
When you brake the law you open a can of worms.....
Wow thats like 40$ worth of drugs.......jackpot. LOL.
Actually, Leaperman, pepper spray can be a pretty bad weapon, too. There was a group of thugs using it to overpower residents around South Lake Tahoe for awhile last year. They'd spray it in the faces of sleeping people and then stand over them with baseball bats while others ransacked the home. Police traced them as Michigan felons where apparently "bear spray" is legal. Like a lot of the folks we read about here, they bragged about their exploits a little too publicly and drove around in cars with safety violations and expired tags which led to their arrests.
Any more with all our great deputy dogs, any time you get pulled over you content to be searched?? What is next for the PROTECT AND SERVE!!!WHERE IS FREEDOOM IN THAT??
I don' know if this is good police work or not; sounds like dumb drug dealers. I think I would check my tail lights and registration before hauling drugs. I bet they had a crummy old vehicle that stood out. Either way. Either way..the taxpayers are on the hook for the dealers and the cops.
Gotta agree with you "TypicalGirl" but I don't think a lot of people know what a gram looks like LOL
Seriously, a jackpot?? A jackpot would be coming across the copious amounts of PRESCRIPTION DRUGS that are overprescribed, bought, sold, overtaken, snorted, etc. etc. in this county. Why don't we hear about all of that??
It's actually kind of funny how they always mention marajuana. 2.7 grams? Really?
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