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(NW Florida Daily News)   No, 911 does not offer free rides so stop bothering us. Oh, you've got drugs? Where shall we pick you up?   ( nwfdailynews.com) divider line
    More: Florida, Crime, misdemeanor marijuana possession, Collateral consequences of criminal charges, Office arrest report, Okaloosa County Sheriff, felony drug possession, 27-year-old Freeport man, Criminal law  
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4 days ago  
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4 days ago  
Being stupid is a crime
 
4 days ago  
Gas, Grass, or ass.
 
4 days ago  
FTA:

"A deputy arrived at the man's location and he was still on the line cursing at dispatchers. He admitted to being the caller and was placed under arrest. The deputy patted him down and found 6 grams of marijuana and nine pills. The man told the deputy the pills were Xanax."
 
4 days ago  

kdawg7736: [pmslweb.com image 450x370]


DOOD that's Weapons Grade teh stoopid there.
Like a full grand mal seizure level stupid.

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4 days ago  

steklo: FTA:

"A deputy arrived at the man's location and he was still on the line cursing at dispatchers. He admitted to being the caller and was placed under arrest. The deputy patted him down and found 6 grams of marijuana and nine pills. The man told the deputy the pills were Xanax."


Going by his behavior, he hadn't yet ingested any of the drugs?
 
4 days ago  
I thought 911 was for pizza. They now have a taxi service?
 
4 days ago  
In Destin?  I could see the rednecks in Panama City being that stupid, but Destin is where you go when you want to enjoy the beaches but not feel like you are surrounded by Florida people.
 
4 days ago  

priapic_abandon2: Going by his behavior, he hadn't yet ingested any of the drugs?

and I seriously doubt he will any time soon.
 
4 days ago  
Since when is it a crime to carry Xanax?
 
4 days ago  
Btw, Xanax (and other benzos) can be a hell of a drug to get off. I have read some of the nightmare benzo withdrawal symptoms and stories online.  Horrible.
 
4 days ago  

Chuck87: Since when is it a crime to carry Xanax?


usually if its not in a prescription bottle...

/watched COPS TV for 31 seasons
 
4 days ago  

Chuck87: Since when is it a crime to carry Xanax?


When it's not prescribed to you.
 
4 days ago  

steklo: Chuck87: Since when is it a crime to carry Xanax?

usually if its not in a prescription bottle...

/watched COPS TV for 31 seasons


That's also where I picked up that bit of info.  Who knew? It's not all that intuitive.

/Thanks, COPS, I guess.
 
4 days ago  
Link farked.
 
4 days ago  

priapic_abandon2: steklo: FTA:

"A deputy arrived at the man's location and he was still on the line cursing at dispatchers. He admitted to being the caller and was placed under arrest. The deputy patted him down and found 6 grams of marijuana and nine pills. The man told the deputy the pills were Xanax."

Going by his behavior, he hadn't yet ingested any of the drugs?


See, life is unfair. They tell you "don't do drugs" and it's not doing drugs that does you in.
 
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