Man With Pocket Full Of Drugs, Claims Pants Arent His

Police find a man sleeping in his car, they search him and find his pockets filled with drugs, he claims the pants don't belong to him

 Chester Brady Walker pocket full of drugs
 Chester Brady Walker, Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office

On Monday, March 27th, 41-year-old Chester Brady Walker was found sleeping in his car by police, he was searched and his pockets and found drugs and drug paraphernalia, he claimed that the pants he was wearing weren't his own.

A deputy of the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office was pumping gas at a convenience store on Beal Parkway, Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The deputy noticed that there was a man sleeping in his car whilst the engine was running, on the pump across from him.

The deputy woke the man up and told him to roll down his window, the deputy questioned him and received unidentifiable murmurs and the two words “bare naked”.

A K9 unit was deployed, which sniffed that there were drugs in the vehicle.

The deputy searched Chester, in his left pant pocket was a black case in with heroin, crack cocaine, methamphetamine, fentanyl, alprazolam and quetiapine fumarate, a drug commonly used for sleeping. A needle was also found in his right pocket.

Hilariously Chester claimed to the deputy that the pants did not belong to him.

Chester Brady Walker was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. He’s being held in the Okaloosa County Jail without bond.



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