If you said marijuana, crystal meth, pills, baggies, and a handgun you win. Of course, the officer, who did not initially suspect foul play and was just trying to get the forgetful motorist's attention by pulling him over, also found a large hunting knife, a butterfly knife and digital scales in the car. What are the chances that the bag fell out of a drug kingpin's airplane passing overhead? And that the scales and knives were required materials as specified by the "Units of Measurement" chapter in the driver's science textbook, a book used for his summer class taken at the local community college helping him work towards his G.E.D. which when he gets it will hopefully turn his life around? Pretty slim.
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