He hands a bag of meth to the police, wanting to take out his papers

The police in Bridgeport (USA) didn’t even have to look. On April 17, during an ordinary roadside check, a motorist himself presented them with a bag of methamphetamine, reports WDTV in an article relayed by Capital. This 57-year-old man allegedly took drugs while trying to get his papers out.

The passenger had 220 grams of methamphetamine

The police stopped him because his license plates did not match the vehicle he was driving. After recovering the bag containing 4 grams of drugs, they searched the car with the help of a sniffer dog and discovered 220 grams of meth held by the passenger.

The two occupants of the vehicle were taken into custody and then imprisoned. The driver is being prosecuted for conspiracy to commit a crime, his passenger for possession of drugs with intent to deliver.

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