Man, I love cookies. In my opinion, there’s not much better than a fresh snickerdoodle and a glass of cold 2% milk. Gourmet chocolate chip cookies aere pretty freaking cool, too. I’m talking about those dinner plate-sized confections with massive chips that look like rocky outcrops on the side of Mount Fuji. But some people use the majesty of caloric cramming for evil, at least that’s what police in Sebring say.
Investigators say they observed a Florida man who was driving erratically back on November 10th. As they followed the car, the driver swerved in his lane several times and almost side-swiped another vehicle as it was turning. When the car was pulled over, officers say 34-year-old Robert Thomas was questioned. After determining that the man was driving on an expired license, officers noticed a box of cookies on the seat next to him. Thomas claimed that his car was experiencing steering isses which made him swerve involuntarily and that was why he was driving the way he was. Enter drug sniffing puppy dawg.
Things went most assuredly downhill when the K9 officer showed up for a snort of the scene. K9 Lady investigated the perimeter and indicated the presence of contraband in the vehicle. The item of interest was a box of cookies that was stuffed inside a backpack. But things are not always as they seem. When officers looked inside the box, they found crack cocaine, MDMA, oxycodone and fentanyl. There was about $300 in cash and several unused plastic baggies in the backpack. Officers also found a .45 caliber pistol under the front seat. Since Thomas is a convicted felon, that’s bad. Thomas was arrested and charged with trafficking in cocaine and MDMA (both felonies), possession of a controlled substance, felony possession of drug equipment and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Source: TampaFP.com
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