Florida man tries to chew weed and get rid of evidence to avoid arrest

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A 21-year-old man from Florida faces three charges, including destroying evidence, when he tried to chew and swallow the weed he had on him before an approaching police officer reached the car in which he was a passenger. Tremayne Tyrone Nettles Jr., 21, faces charges, including attempting to destroy evidence, possessing drug equipment and possessing marijuana, notes information posted on jailed.com . The impromptu bid to eliminate evidence occurred during a traffic stop in Wildwood, Fla, on Dec. 26, according to Villages-News.com . Officers with the Wildwood Police Department ordered the stop after witnessing a vehicle leaving Kamal’s Mini-Mart and then driving on the sidewalk shortly after 3 p.m., the website cites a police arrest report as explaining. Woman speeding at 145 km/h draws police notice, but 20 kilograms of weed gets her arrested Florida woman who drove her SUV in bike lane for a quarter mile fesses up: There’s a sack of weed in her pants Slow-moving SUV attracts troopers, who find 160 pounds of weed inside Both the driver and passenger were removed from the car. That is when one of the officers “observed small pieces of a green leafy substance near the defendant’s mouth area stuck on his face,” arrest information reportedly states. Ordered to open his mouth, Nettles is said to have done so “reluctantly”, allowing officers to see the remaining chewed, but not swallowed, cannabis cache inside, before he spit it out. Nettles had been “actively attempting to chew and swallow the green leafy substance,” the arrest report noted, according to Villages-News . A search of the 21-year-old further revealed a digital scale and an unspecified, but large, amount of cash, which was turned over to a woman identifying as his aunt at the scene. Nettles was released from the local detention centre after posting…

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