Double check the number next time you send incriminating texts. This was the hard lesson learned by a couple of teens Montana after they tried to make arrangement to cop that killer kush and sent the details to the wrong person.
“Hey Dawg, do you have a $20 I can buy right now?” was the text message a Montana teen thought he was sending to his weed dealer. But he got the number wrong and sent it to the local sheriff.
Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton got the text and initially thought it was a joke. “I was looking around to see if there was someone outside my window playing a prank,” he told the Helena Independent Record. He soon realized it was a real text from someone looking for weed, so he replied, “How much we talking?” They arranged a meeting at a local business, and Dutton got the drug task force involved.
Inside the business the detective spotted two male juveniles with an adult male. To ensure it was the right person, the detective called the number three times, Dutton said.
The detective called the teens over and showed them his badge. Dutton said the young boys turned white and their knees began to wobble. The group went outside to discuss the issue further and one of the teens passed out.
The adult male with the group turned out to be the father of one of the teens. He was a big, military-looking guy and he wasn’t happy.
Now ain’t that some sh*t. The sad part is that his dad didn’t have a clue that he was taking his son to score some trees.