Two men remembered to return their rental car, but forgot their cache of drugs

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Never mind a pair of sunglasses or some gloves. Two men in upstate New York took forgetting something in their rental car to a whole new level when they left behind a substantial cache of drugs that included heroin, MDMA and cannabis. A rental car company at the Albany International Airport called the Albany County Sheriff’s Office on Jan. 13 to report that something seemed amiss, according to the Daily Mail . Forgetting the drugs was definitely an error, but likely the bigger mistake was returning to the airport to retrieve the left-behind stash. Police took Aasim Hilts and Shariff Frasier into custody after the duo came back to the airport. Stupid is as stupid does: ‘Few puffs’ of weed at party lead to teen being banned from driving Dopey dealers pushing a terpene-telling shopping cart catch the eyes (and noses) of police Checked out: Men charged after deputies seize wads of cash from hotel room, duffle bags with weed residue After arriving on the scene, deputies encountered the pair, reports The Daily Gazette . They interviewed Hilts and he was allegedly found with 140 glassine envelopes containing heroin, more than 35 grams of MDMA, 62 counterfeit oxycodone pills pressed with fentanyl, 10 suboxone strips, an unspecified amount of weed and more than US$5,600 ($7,056) in cash. Frasier was found with a quantity of marijuana. Both men have been charged, but Hilts faces almost a dozen counts, the majority of them felonies. Hilts was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, with one count being in the second-degree, four counts in the third-degree, two counts in the fourth-degree and one count in the fifth-degree, as well as one misdemeanor seventh-degree criminal possession count and violation of marijuana possession. He was reportedly released to probation supervision, while Frasier was charged…

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