23/06/2016

Man Returning To Police Station To Be Interviewed Caught With Cannabis Resin

A man who returned to a police station to be interviewed for burglary and drug possession was caught with cannabis resin in his pocket.

The incident, which happened on Tuesday, 21 June, led to the man being further arrested.

On a Facebook post a spokesperson from the PSNI said: "Again, alas, not a joke! Not only did it lead to a further arrest and lengthened the interview, but it meant 2 of us missed the match.
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"OK, so we're not exactly bringing down a Colombian cartel with this, but it does make you wonder what this stuff does to your brain!"

(CD/MH)




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