Man Asks Police If They Found His Briefcase Full Of Cocaine

A man in Seattle has put himself behind bars after revealing to the police that he is the owner of a briefcase stuffed full of cocaine

Briefcase Cocaine

On Sunday, 25th September, a mindless 19-year-old man was arrested for drug trafficking after he asked Seattle police officers if they have found his missing briefcase.

The incident happened outside of CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington, at approximately 2pm, police officer Doug Jorgenson was outside of the stadium directing traffic. The officer was approached by an unidentified man who was walking his dog. the  unidentified man told the police officer that another person walked over to pet his dog but he left his briefcase behind. The unidentified man handed the officer a briefcase.

Officer Doug, in hope to identify the owner of the briefcase, opened it discovering four large bags, and 27 smaller ones, filled with 154 grams of suspected cocaine. Not only did the briefcase have cocaine but it also contained a 19-year-old man’s ID card, his cell phone, a scale, 50 diazepam pills, and a small amount of marijuana.

A little while later, the 19-year-old man approached the Seattle police officer outside of the CenturyLink Stadium and asked if they had seen his missing briefcase. He told officers, “It contained some important work paperwork and he really needed it back,”. 

The 19-year-old man was arrested and booked into the King County Jail, he was charged with possession of narcotics with intent to distribute.



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