Quick, what do you do â€“ your stash of highly illegal drugs has gone missing and you cannot find it anywhere. One self-professed drug dealer in Florida who was faced with this exact conundrum decided to call 911 for help. The rest went exactly as youâ€™d expect.
33-year-old David Blackmon called the authorities to report a burglary, the Miami Herald reported. He claimed that a thief had broken into his car and made off with $50 in cash and a quarter ounce of his cocaine â€“ and he wanted it back.
When officers arrived on the scene, they confirmed that Blackmon had indeed been robbed and noted that his cocaine and cash were gone. But they also dug around a bit more in his vehicle and found a second bag of cocaine inside of his center console. How helpful!
Blackmon was swiftly arrested by Okaloosa County Sheriffâ€™s Deputy Dennis Fields, who wrote in the arrest report: â€śBlackmon asked if I knew the cocaine was there, why did I let him keep talking?â€ť Apparently, this particular drug dealer fancied himself familiar with the way policemen do their job.
Officers also found a crack pipe and crack rock in the car, leading to a slew of charges against Blackmon which include resisting an officer without violence, possessing drug paraphernalia, and possessing cocaine, a felony charge. He was
You may be surprised to learn that this is far from the first time that a person called the cops for help in tracking down their illegal goods. In April, an Ohio man begged police to send a K-9 unit to sniff out heroin that a woman stole from him; instead, he was taken to jail.