Cop calls teen’s mom after passing by 19-year-old’s car and smelling cannabis

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It would be bad enough for any teen to get nailed for a cannabis-related offence while in his car, but having the police then call your mom to pick you up would surely make matters that much worse. That must have been how a 19-year-old in Lyndhurst, Ohio felt when, while in his car with the window down, an officer in a passing police vehicle detected the smell of marijuana coming from his car at about 5:10 p.m. on Apr. 8. That didn’t pass the sniff test for the officer, who decided to check things out, according to Cleveland.com . Doing so, he found marijuana paraphernalia and discovered that the South Euclid teen also had a suspended driver’s licence and no licence on him. Couple claiming to be returning from funeral nabbed with 45 kilograms of weed Suspected loaded driver who was found with two loaded guns tried to hide weed in his crotch Would skunk trump funk? 471 pounds of weed found in hockey bags The teen was cited for all three offences, Cleveland.com reports. Two passengers in the car, another 19-year-old and a 14-year-old, were not cited. Once everything was process at the police station, though, police called the driver’s mom to come and pick him up. According to ohiomarijuanacard.com , a bill last year proposed decriminalizing amounts of cannabis double the previous maximum of 100 grams. Possessing small amounts of weed is still illegal in the state, but “individuals who are found possessing up to 200 grams of marijuana will not be arrested or receive any jail time,” the website reports. Instead, the idea is to receive a citation and pay a fine. Super Lawyers reports that possessing amounts of 200 to 1,000 grams will result in a felony charge punishable by fines up to US$2,500 ($3,125)…

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