911 pocket-dial leads to cannabis arrest in College Station
According to the College Station Police Department, two teens have been arrested on drug charges after they pocket-dialed 911.
Police responded to the residence in the 200 block of Navarro about 4 p.m. Sunday and interviewed several people at the home.
“Officers were able to determine that there was no emergency and that one of the residents had ‘pocket dialed’ 911 while smoking marijuana at the residence,” the press release states. It went on to say that after detecting a strong odor of burnt marijuana, police obtained a search warrant based on statements made by one of the residents.
A search of the home turned up 29 grams of cocaine, 5.3 grams of Hashish oil, 2.7 ounces of cannabis, and $4,131 in cash.
David Marshal Norris, 18, of College Station, has been charged with two counts of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance in a drug-free school zone, both first-degree felonies; and possession of marijuana in a drug-free zone, a state jail felony, police said.
Kyle Nelson Bading, 19, also of College Station, was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana. He was booked into the College Station Jail, where he was released after posting bond.
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