Boone County Man Arrested For Meth Blames Thrift Store Pants

Oh boy! How often has this happened to you? You donate clothing to the thrift store and forget to take you meth out of the pockets. What a bummer! 

A Lebanon Indiana man was busted for drugs...and quickly blamed the thrift store pants he was wearing for putting him behind bars.

The Lebanon Reporter reported Wednesday that 37-year-old Christopher Culley was stopped for not just weaving, but all over the interstate.

Police say Culley allegedly told them he had no idea he had meth in his pocket because he just purchased the pants from a thrift store and immediately put them on.

When police searched his car, they also found a syringe full of meth, the overdosing reversing drug Narcan and a B.B. gun.

The thrift store was not blamed for these items!

Watch video below from WTHR


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