You can check my pockets...I don’t have anything on me
Employees at a local restaurant called police because three patrons that had been in earlier eating were now looking into windows of the restaurant and the bank next door.
The restaurant manager said they all three seemed “out of it,” while in the restaurant. They all spilled their drinks and all three went to the bathroom together. An employee followed them into the bathroom and found all three in one stall together. When they left the bathroom the employee found a coke bottle on the back of the toilet and a wrapper for grape flavored blunt wraps.
Officers patrolled the nearby parking lots and saw the three go into a store.
When they exited that store police called them over.
They said they had just eaten and were waiting on their ride.
According to the report all three appeared to be on something as they were slow with their speech and kept repeating the same things.
Their stories did not seem to be adding up and they all seemed very nervous. In addition, they all admitted to having been recently in trouble for narcotics violations.
The officer asked if he could search them and they all said they did not care because they did not have anything on them. They all emptied their pockets and one pulled out a bag of pot.
He as arrested for paraphernalia and possession.
The other two were picked up by their parents, not the friend they said was coming for them.
Once at the station, the kid who got arrested expressed interest in working with the narcotics team to work off his charges. He was informed of the proper steps to make that happen.