A University of California freshman was recently arrested over federal drug charges for sneakily selling drugs through an app called “Banana Plug”.
The 18-year-old Collin Howard allegedly created the app, which had the official motto “We Have What You Want”, and made it available on the Apple App Store. Through which, he would offer drugs such as “Shrooms”, cocaine and “Molly”.
After ad posters of the app was seen around campus, the university police officer then coordinated with the Department of Homeland Security to get drugs from the suspect. Afterwards, they negotiated with the oblivious Howard on Snapchat and made four purchases. It was on the fourth encounter that they arrested the college greenhorn.
After being indicted by the grand jury on Valentine’s Day, he pleaded not guilty to the drug charges and was freed on bail.
Police in Florida have reported that a 23 year old man went through a local McDonald’s drive thru and tried to pay for his food order with a bag of weed.
The Port Saint Lucie police have said that the McDonald’s employee denied the trade and the man drove away without his order. A short time later the same man returned to place another order. The police arrested him on charges of marijuana possession and driving under the influence.
Police were notified of the man’s offer and received a description of him from the McDonald’s employee. When the suspect came through the drive thru a second time, police approached and arrested him.
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